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jeybop

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Hello,

 

I am totally new to PIC programming, and more generally to electronic. My electronic skills are just blur school memories... I must think a couple of seconds before measuring current (serie or parallel...). On the other hand, I am a computer ingineer; programing should be the easy part.

 

I finally receive all I needed to start: some LEDs and resistors. I enjoy it from 1 week, and I think I'm going to spend a lot of time above my breadboard!

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I am totally new to PIC programming...

Welcome jeybop. We're glad to have you, but I hope you haven't mistaken this for a PIC site. We're dedicated to the TI MSP430 line, mostly the "value-line" and TI's LaunchPad development board.

 

If you haven't heard about the LaunchPad yet, perhaps you'd like to check it out (it's the red board on the right, part# MSP-EXP430G2) . They are a great entry into microcontrollers, and the board is only US$4.30! It even comes with TWO chips and a USB cable!

 

Again, welcome! Glad to have you.

 

EDIT: Saw your later post, so I see you are on the MSP430. Please disregard all above except the "Welcome". :D

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