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Circuit Board Design Class
Thank you for your reply. I was not trying to be mean when I commented, But as a retired Electronics Engineer I have had to write Instruction Manuals and Build Manuals. I have found that the "KISS) method is the best way to approach. (KISS Keep It Simple Stupid!). That way even the least trained person with a minimum of experience can usually build from a manual. Again though thank you for the reply. BTW, I'm 68 years young and still myself busy with electronic projects here at home. You don't use it, you lose it!
while I have downloaded the project, I haven't had the opportunity to use it as yet. Tried to read through the project and had a difficult time understanding what the person was trying to convey. Not a very explanation of how to build it, however, being a retired engineer being able to build directly from schematics and upload code to the nano makes things quite easy for me, but I think not for a beginner in the business.
I know what you mean! I have three (3) TI-99/4A's and it's peripheral expansion box (PEB) It has a whopping 54K of memory and still works great as a beginners home PC for learning Programming.
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