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How do I get started with Internet of Things programming?

by Deathfish
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Deathfish
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Apr9-14, 09:54 AM
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I'm looking for a good microcontroller which is compatible with Internet of Things and relatively easy to program. Preferably has development resources for IoT readily available. Someone recommend me a suitable product? I am looking to start tinkering with IoT
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ViperSRT3g
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Apr9-14, 10:44 AM
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I would recommend the Arduino microcontrollers (Arduino Micro if you want a smaller version) and the Raspberry Pi. They're both great for simple projects and won't break your wallet. Each one has various ethernet, wi-fi, and bluetooth hardware that you can add for connecting together.
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Apr9-14, 10:49 AM
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Second the Raspberry Pi and add in the Beagle Bone...


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