Once upon a time I did program microcontrollers in assembler, but I was hoping that USB today would offer a more accessible option for automation.
But it seems the community decided to implement Python and so everything was created to be executed as .py
I might as well turn my attention towards I2C. Let's see...
I doubt that that will be easier than using Serial over a USB cable....R
Probably not, but it would help to lower the cost in an commercial application.
If this is a commercial project it does not seem to me to be fair...................R
Please talk to your CEOs about this and let me know what they think.
You can't be serious, is this the the opinion of the manufacturer of the products?The project is to collect sensor data and analyse it. The hardware is not part of a commercial project, nor am I a company.Did you read your "AboutUs"?It says ".. tool for IoT product development ..". That sounds quite a bit commercial to me. Please talk to your CEOs about this and let me know what they think.