I think experienced programmers will not try to do everything in one in the first place.
LOL, the word 'physics' has just hit about 30% of newbie makers between the eyes...!You can knock out another 20% by mentioning 'computer science', and a few more with 'engineering'...That might clean out some of the cobwebs.
Is that the aim of the experts then? To put newbies off?
Cut & paste isn't being a software developer.
R2... Now you tell me!I thought we were supposed to buy the hardware, write the code, and define the application! In that order (I wish we were neighbours!)
LOL! Isn't it buy the hardware then ask others to "make it go" while you manage them?
Lots of people are discovering Arduino for the first time often after it's been portrayed to them as the magic box that can do anything. They get one and then realise they've done the equivalent of buying a Lotus kit car with no idea of how to put it together
For the newbies; yes, expecting unpaid third party effort just because you ask for it would not happen in any other field...
For the experts...if you think every newbie is a wannabe dev, you're asking for disappointment. Lots of people are discovering Arduino for the first time often after it's been portrayed to them as the magic box that can do anything.
This Thread is no longer a Tutorial.I reckon it should be moved to Project Guidance so as not to confuse newbies looking for tutorials....R
We really try to help people and for the most part we do very well.