Born without my left temporal lobe, a brain region thought to be critical for language, I’ve been a research subject for much of my life.
Posts published in “Day: September 4, 2022”
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Hi guys, final year electrical electronics engineer here. I am trying to build an automated home system as a project, so I have been diving deep into IOT and currently I'm just a little bit overwhelmed.
I really don't want to have to learn too much coding because honestly one of the reasons I chose engineering was because I really prefer not having to code extensively (I started out as a CS major) . As I stated my research into IOT, it opened my eyes to the possibilities this field has to offer and I honestly believe this is where things are definitely headed. I would like to develop advanced skills in this field and also try to develop some products in the near future, I will prefer not to have to learn Embedded C to be able to achieve this. Yes I am asking for a shortcut.
The issue I am currently facing is really just the sheer size of the field, like it is massively broad. So please if anyone is willing to help. Below are a few of my questions.
- What high level programming language can help me build complex IOT systems and products. I have heard about RUST, Go & Lua. Is it okay to learn these from the start or do I start with something like the Arduino IDE language which I believe is an extract from (C/C++).
- I thought using a microprocessor was just plugging it to a power source and running code on it in an IDE that recognizes the hardware and a language that supports the microprocessor, but lately I've also been reading about firmware and it confuses me. Can someone explain the use or effect of changing firmware on a microprocessor? why do people do it?
- Which platform is best to learn with. AWS, Azure, Google or are there any others you would suggest?
That is all. Thank you so much!
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