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Hello everyone.

I always loved electronics ever since i was 14, i bought a msp430 launchpad 2 days ago on amazon (yes i over paid almost 3x TI prices)

I am really looking forward to get this and have a few nice plans for this.

I wanted to ask if there are any members here would like to help me with a few things, i am very new to electronic design and i only ever done scripting and programming only :-/.

 

If anyone can help me with some basic questions i have please send me a Private Message/Inbox

 

I hope you all have a wonderful day!

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Hello everyone.

I always loved electronics ever since i was 14, i bought a msp430 launchpad 2 days ago on amazon (yes i over paid almost 3x TI prices)

I am really looking forward to get this and have a few nice plans for this.

I wanted to ask if there are any members here would like to help me with a few things, i am very new to electronic design and i only ever done scripting and programming only :-/.

 

If anyone can help me with some basic questions i have please send me a Private Message/Inbox

 

I hope you all have a wonderful day!

Welcome! you may use the forum to ask your questions.

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Welcome! you may use the forum to ask your questions.

Hey thanks for the warm welcome!

Yea i know forums are usally a better/faster way to get answers for my questions, but some of them are a bit "easy" related and if i am to start a business (regarding msp430) i do not want users/customers to be worried of my experience.

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Welcome, Steve.

 

Hey thanks for the warm welcome!

Yea i know forums are usally a better/faster way to get answers for my questions, but some of them are a bit "easy" related and if i am to start a business (regarding msp430) i do not want users/customers to be worried of my experience.

 

Being open is always better, in my opinion.  If you try to "hide" your lack of experience, it will influence how you deal with customers in a negative way.

 

Also, asking questions of one person may get you one solution, but asking in the forums will likely get you many.  You may then choose the solution best for you.

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Welcome, Steve.

 

 

Being open is always better, in my opinion.  If you try to "hide" your lack of experience, it will influence how you deal with customers in a negative way.

 

Also, asking questions of one person may get you one solution, but asking in the forums will likely get you many.  You may then choose the solution best for you.

I did not think of it that way, thanks for posting that, you have changed my way of thinking.

Thanks!

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