Behind the Arduino project is an experienced team of people with brains that after shakes the hands and rolled up the sleeves, they start to design and build one of the most helpful and easy-to-work device used on a large scale by hobbyists, students, designers, … used by everyone who’s trying to build something intelligent.
Because all of the Arduino minicomputers were built by passionate engineers, peoples with love for technology and how things work, all of these little devices has gone so far that are supported by a community of people who build a wide range of tools and write thousands of code lines to make the work with any of the Arduino devices easier.
This is the charm behind the Arduino boards. These are built by a large community and not by a corporation that thinks just in money.
What is inside and outside of these minicomputers is free to be used by anyone in almost any project, and trust me, a lot of users with electronics and programming skills use this.
My aim with this article is to bring all possible Arduino resources in one single list where you can find additional tools for development, resources for simulation, or if you are a beginner to start using an Arduino kit, drivers, libraries and a few other tools. All of these because when you need something related to Arduino and start to search on the Internet, you have the feeling that you’re in a supermarket with a ton of products that waiting for you and you don’t know from where to start and what to buy.
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