Re: PIC development STINKS!
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> 14 YEAR OLD KIDS PLAY WITH MCU'S?
Hello, my name is Timmy. I am 7 years old today. For
Christmas, Mommy says she'll buy me a PIC programmer and
a 16F628. Oh, and a Tonka truck.
Seriously though -- why not 14? I started in electronics
at 10-ish when I picked up a copy of Radio Electronics,
and quickly moved to the digital world at 11-ish when I got
my first TTL chip. And kids today amaze me as they start
things earlier and earlier.
-Neil "being careful not to use 16F84 as my example" N.
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