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Really excited to share that my first project using Arduino and LM35 sensor is complete.  

http://techstarvation.wordpress.com/2011/09/27/twitter-weather-station-using-arduino-and-net/

Really excited to be part of this community, and happy to see how people are helping each other.
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its looks good smiley-razz but in the blog post i hope you didn't post your real access token if you did you should delete it smiley-razz you should look at an ethernet shield that will eliminate the need for the PC
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Well done,

Please consider moving the post to the gallery subsection of the forum, that is the best place to show projects done

hint: maybe you can use another title like : "twittering weatherstation with Arduino and C#"

Rob
BTW, well documented too!
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@putyn : I am not displaying real tokens, those have been removed from screenshot

@Robtillart : Good suggestion, after searching a lot i thought this is a good place to show off smiley, i am unable to find a way by which i can move it to gallery.

Also good suggestion on name
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Really interesting expirience with .NET!
I want to use C# in my projects with Arduino too. Thanks for usefull post!

How do you want to expand this project?
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@Ygeorge : In my blog i have mentioned in last section for further possibilities, another possibility is to make it completely independent of PC, but that will require additional hardware smiley
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