[...] I've found some , but you never know.
You know, this is quite disrespectful towards all the people who spend their time to help others. If you found some tutorials you like, go ahead and use them. If you have a specific problem you're stuck, go ahead and post about it - most likely people will help you. But say: "I found some stuff I don't tell you about, please post better stuff for me" drive you very quickly on top of th ignore list of many people.
So, lets forget about this posting and you go back to your workshop and make a project plan of what you want to build. Then you think about what's the easiest thing you need to learn about to achieve this goal, make a small sub-project to try it out and learn it. Once this sub-project works properly, you go back to your main project and take the next unknown thing left to learn and repeat with a new sub-project until none are left.
And only once a few sub-projects work properly and you're stuck somewhere on a sub-project, once no tutorial seems to help, you come back and ask a question. And don't forget to include in your post a circuit schematic of what you do, your source code that compiles but doesn't work as desired, a description what works and what don't and finally links to the relevant tutorial if necessary. Then you'll get good answers.
Have a nice day in your workshop and much fun on the journey you're just starting.