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Ben Heck helps you choose the best brains for your projects
posted February 10 2015 19:01.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




So, you want to make this new project work! And it is time to choose weather you will use discreet logic, a microcontroller, or a Raspberry Pi to make it wiser. But which one is better? Definitely the more is not the merrier. Ben Heck goes over the strengths and weaknesses of all three as well as their best uses. He takes a stroll down memory lane and uses past projects he 19s built on the show as examples.



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