I don’t know if it is really the right place to put this thread.
Anyway, I’m an undergraduate Physics student third year. I had a course on electronics “Circuit analysis, diodes, transistors, mosfet, op-amp and something I forgot”, I had also a course on c++ (numbering systems, basics, control statements, some manipulations, files, arrays, … ) I think it covers the most basic and needed skills for a programmer journey.
As a science geek ><, I think it’s a good Idea to learn arduino programming and use it, it may help me doing some kind of physics projects (doing it myself from scratch will be impossible since I don’t have the enough knowledge in micro-controllers)
The thing is, that I feel somehow it is no use learning arduino because it’s not efficient !! what do you think?
it’s also confusing, I searched for good references for arduino programming it always seems too too basic, and it do not go in depth that much.