"You have all this C# coding knowledge and you want build hardware gadgets. Try Netduino, which is basically a powerful Arduino running the .Net MicroFramework! Netduino is a prototyping board owned by Wilderness Labs. On their website's there is getting started section that lists all the resources you need to setup your environment machine. This project walks you all the way from installing the appropriate Visual Studio version, to create and deploy your first Netduino project, making the on-board LED blink at a certain frequency. Once you have your environment machine properly set-up, the next step is to check out other Netduino projects on Hackster, where you will progressively learn how to work with simple peripherals like simple LEDs, moving on to servos, all using Netduino.Foundation. Netduino.Foundation is a platform for quickly building connected things using the .NET MicroFramework on Netduino. Created by Wilderness Labs, it's open source and maintained by the Netduino community."
Creator website: http://www.wildernesslabs.co/
Project twitter: wildernesslabs
Client/employer: Wilderness Labs
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Hello, I'm Corstiaan. I'm a .net developer from the Netherlands and I manage BuiltWithDot.Net. I created this site as a place where developers working with .net technology can showcase their projects and inspire other developers.
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