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Getting Started with Netduino Learn how to build electronics projects with Netduino, the popular platform that's capturing the imagination of makers and hobbyists worldwide. This easy-to-follow, hands-on book provides everything you need to start experimenting with Netduino and the open source .NET Micro Framework. Full description

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Le livre est correct, quoique les croquis qui semblent faits à main levée sont assez déroutants.
Le problème c'est le nombre de pages : seulement 90. Pour 15 euros, ça fait peu.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good start but needs updating. 27 février 2013
Par Trevor Young - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wrestled with how many stars to give this. At points I was going to give it 2 stars. The problem is this book is seriously out of date which could give beginners a great deal of angst as none of the project code in the book work as is and require knowledge to fix/rewrite that many beginners won't have and there is no corrections file online that I have found. Yes there is a good forum at the Netduino site where you can request support - and they will answer your questions (even the author chips in), which is why I ended up giving the book 4 stars. But you will need to request support on each experiment. I'm a beginner with C#.Net , having done much VB.NET development, and haven't played with microprocessors in many years, so I did find this hard going and have yet to get some of the later experiments to work after a few weeks of tinkering.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great resource for the clever beginner, but new programmers and those with poor Google Fu may need a helper 5 janvier 2013
Par Captain Colon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Well-written and has a good layout that gets you up and running quickly...I followed the instructions on the Netduino site for setting up Visual Studio Express so it was all ready when my Netduino and book arrived and I had my blinky LED program compiled and running in less than 5 minutes.

HOWEVER, some of the classes in the Netduino SDK have been revamped since the book was printed...not little niche functions that a beginner wouldn't use either, but major common ones that handle analog inputs and PWM. It took me a bit of Google searching to get my LED to blink at a variable speed adjusted with a potentiometer because the AnalogInput class has been reworked so not only does it function differently, but the new way to use it is completely unlike the old way that the book uses.

Normally such mistakes would mean a much lower rating than four stars, but I'm adding a little reviewer's tilt to this one because the author is aware of the issue and actively working to update code examples online...I understand how difficult it can be to keep a printed book up to date when the book is about an open-source platform that's undergoing constant improvements and revisions.

Other than the outdated code snippets I have yet to have any serious problems with any of the examples presented in this book. Examples contain both MakerShield diagrams and plain breadboard diagrams for those who don't have a MakerShield yet (get one, it makes things much easier!). If you're not afraid of having to troubleshoot when your copy/paste code example doesn't work then you'll have no troubles here...and frankly, if you're afraid of troubleshooting then you should probably not be spending your money on DIY electronics :)
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ok but not more 11 juin 2014
Par S. Lidberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is ok as a starter but nothing more. If you compare this book to the book delivered with the Arduino starter kit that one is hundred times better as a starter book [...]
Now this book first starts with a short description on the netduino, then it goes on to the first two project which is exactly the same that could be found on the netduino homepage as videos [...]/projects/ (blinking a led and pushing a button). Then it has a short explanation on shields and breadboard. Then comes a short project reading an analog potentiometer. Then a couple of sections on how to use led's together with the potentiometer (creating a dimmer). Then a chapter on sound.

The chapter that I really liked was the one on how to connect it to internet. Basically you created a small program that allowed you to turn on and off the led using a web browser on remote a computer.

What I missed was some tips on how to read temperature sensors, some more information around digital input and how to send this to other devices through . Guess that the book Getting Started with the Internet of Things Cuno Pfister,is more what I wanted to have.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good, easy to read book, but not enough content 2 janvier 2014
Par Tom Loya - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I thought this book was easy to read and the illustrations were very good. I do understand it is a 'getting started' and the book does exactly that. It is definitely geared toward somebody who is not familiar with programming. If you are a programmer, then this book won't help very much and you can get basic understanding of what the programming capabilities are with just a quick google search. I felt this book concentrated more on programming aspects than electrical aspects. Part of working with the Netduino is dealing with electronic components, such as resistors, capacitors, LED's, etc. While it mentioned briefly about using resistors with LED's, it doesn't actually explain why to use a 150 resistor (normally, i thought 100 was used... that's why i wanted a basic book though was to know why). I understand that electronics is a big topic, but I don't feel like I was armed with the knowledge that I needed to know this stuff. I feel a chapter on basic understanding of electronics would go a very long way with this book and make it a great book.

But the book is exactly what it advertises.... getting started. But that's about all you will get to do. It is a good book for a person who hasn't programmed or dabbled in electronics, but that's it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Experienced C# developer new to hardware 28 janvier 2013
Par dustmouse - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This little book is a great intro to the world of Netduino microcontrollers. It's a very quick read and has some nice examples with code and nifty hand-drawn hardware diagrams.

I got a basic Netduino starter kit with the controller, breadboard, button, LEDs, etc. My only minor complaint about the book is that you need to make sure you have the correct hardware to follow all of the examples in the book - like certain shields. But it does make an effort to show alternative examples using a basic breadboard, which helped me a lot.

All-in-all a nice little read. I think it should be pretty easy to follow for novice programmers as well.
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