I'm looking to dive into the word of embedded code once more. The first time (15 years ago) was with the PIC family of chips, but now fresh ideas and Google have brought me here. It seems things have become very much more convenient since the mid nineties, but one thing occurs about the Arduino MCU-on-a-board approach. It's fine for education and experimentation, but what if you want to develop a series of projects? Am I right in thinking that each project requires a new development board, which once the bugs are ironed out, will be permanently housed in whatever device was being developed? If so, it seems the user is paying a premium for that convenience.Apologies for what may be a lame question, but I'd prefer to proceed with a minimum of misconceptions. This time :-)
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