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ive always ignored my dad's insistence on Arduino on me until i started doing CS in college, where should i start? I did a little bit of soldering but i have no idea how a breadboard works, or what the fuck is grounding.
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Your dad sounds gay
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he loves star trek.
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that confirms it
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You should learn basic dc circuitry while diving into arduino stuff. Grab yourself a basic learning/breadboard kit and actually breadboard out something before soldering it. Doesn't need to involve a microcontroller, just enough to learn to read basic circuit diagrams and follow them. You don't need any fancy tools, just get a cheap multimeter and soldering iron (with some desolder braid, very important). "Getting started with electronics" by Forrest M Mimms is a great starting book too, has a lot of illustrations that make learning concepts easy.
What's a solid microcontroller for relaxed stability pitch control in homemade toy aircraft?
Doesn't have to be fast but has to be very reliable in real time conditions.
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