The thing nearly everybody forgetsBurngate wrote:Paper & pencil: work out what you're going to do before you do it
Spooky... I've been getting some bits and bobs to start (well, restart) basic electronics and interfacing with the Pi and these were the exact first things I bought. I would recommend the Mallinson Project kit (the one above) as well. Also a multimeter (mine was very cheap and seems to work just fine) and decent set of needle nose pliars. I find my "helping hands" with magnification lens handy as the old eyesight isn't what it was. My plan is to build up my kitbox as I try new things rather than try and predict too much in advance.joan wrote:I'd suggest starting with http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Electronic-Pr ... 0887787457 and http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Arduino-20cm- ... 0807140502
Is there any chance you can post some pics of the Breakout portion connector and such I was writing up the various types but it's hard to describe from the eBay pics. Thanks looks interesting. Also any plans selling from the store outside of eBay.AndyMallinson wrote:I work at Mallinson Electrical. We have started producing a simple lead to breakout of the RPi to a breadboard using the GPIO pins.
Selling on eBay, your comments appreciated
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Raspberry-Pi- ... 1c2e295059
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