I´m learning BASIC for programing AVR chips on school, and I was interested on learning Java too.
It might be worth checking out Bitlash: http://bitlash.netBitlash is an interpreter and command shell for a tiny language that runs entirely on Arduino. It's my take on what a modern beginner's language would look like on a '328-class machine.Bitlash is easy to learn and teaches good stepping-stone habits for the C++ environment. You can extend the language by defining functions from the command line, or by integrating Bitlash into your sketch and exposing your C functions to the Bitlash language.Code and documentation at http://bitlash.net-br
We are learning BASIC to program microcontrollers, but it would be good if I could use BASIC to program arduino, so I could practice BASIC. We are using BASCOM-AVR, but BASCOM cant be used for arduinos I think.
but I wonder if VB.net would be usable too.