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March 04, 2012
by tommytwoeyes
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I have purchased quite a few educational electronics resources (e.g. kits, books, etc.) in my effort to learn how to make robots, and I can say unequivocally that a NerdKit is worth every penny you pay for the educational value. The price is reasonable, too.

I like it in particular because it fits my learning process, which includes some theory combined with practical examples that help reinforce what I have learned.

Learning to program microcontrollers requires a solid understanding of both basic Electrical Engineering and Computer Science principles. In the NerdKit guide, Humberto and Michael covered both of them to the perfect extent for me - not so much that I was bored; but enough that I was not confused.

TL;DR If you want to learn to program and use AVR microcontrollers, buy a NerdKit. You will learn everything you need to begin, and you will have a lasting resource to turn to when you need help in your future endeavors.

March 04, 2012
by hevans
(NerdKits Staff)

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Hi tommytwoeyes,

Thanks for the kind words. It's always awesome to hear from happy customers. I look forward to seeing some awesome projects from you in the future!

Humberto

March 04, 2012
by tommytwoeyes
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Thanks bro. I'm sure you've seen it many times, but I posted pictures of my temp sensor project on G+

Tom

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