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New tutorial: Getting started with BeagleBone

New tutorial: Getting started with BeagleBone

Do you think it sounds fun to build advanced robots, 3D-printers, handheld game consoles, home automation systems and much more?

Well, that’s something the BeagleBone can help you with.


I’m learning about it myself, and I’ve just written a “getting started”-tutorial that you can find here:

http://www.build-electronic-circuits.com/beaglebone-black-getting-started/

Have you tried it? Are you curious about it? Write your questions in the comment field below the article.

Keep on Soldering!
Oyvind

PS! In my exclusive electronics club Ohmify, I’m writing a project log about my progress learning about the BeagleBone. Ohmify also includes more than 25 courses that I’ve developed recently. Find out how to join here:
http://ohmify.com/join

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