13 Jan '15, 12am

What’s the Difference Between the Latest Embedded Dev Boards? @Raspberry_Pi @beagleboardorg htt…

What’s the Difference Between the Latest Embedded Dev Boards? @Raspberry_Pi @beagleboardorg htt…

The landscape for embedded systems solutions has changed immensely over the past decade. Arduino, the open source computing platform, was the trailblazer for the DIY revolution. It not only brought an open-source hardware platform, but introduced a simple, easy-to-use software and IDE tool chain to the community. Another benefit of Arduino was its low cost, thus lowering the barrier of entry into embedded systems design. With many boards to choose from, let’s look at the different capabilities for the leading options and the best ways for embedded developers to access user support.

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