You can build lots of cool stuff with it.
And lately I’ve been building things and writing tutorials for a Colombian project that I’m a part of.
Since my Spanish is very basic still, I wrote in English and then someone else translated to Spanish for me.
But I just realized…
Why not publish the English versions of the tutorials on my blog!
So I’m doing it.
And here’s the first part:
“BUT I DON’T HAVE AN INTEL GALILEO…”
If you don’t have one, you can still gain a lot from reading tutorials.
Because you will see
-how it works
-examples of what can be done
-some limitations and possibilities
…and you will keep this in the back of your mind.
Then one day, you have an idea for a project…
And the Intel Galileo will pop up in your mind as a potential solution since you know how it works.
Doing it yourself is always best, so that’s why I always recommend my eBook “Getting Started With Electronics” if you want to start building stuff on your own.
You can find out more about the ebook here:
Keep on Soldering!
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