Linked by David Adams on Sun 8th May 2011 04:15 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Well-known game developer David Braben is a little bit fed up with the state of computer science education these days, which seems to have shifted away from learning programming to some sort of computer-oriented "life skills" class. As the father of eleven and nine year-old boys, I can attest that so far, despite a massive investment on the part of their school in computer equipment, their computer education has consisted mostly of "play this math game" and "don't be victimized by cyber-perverts." Braben's idea to stem this tide: a very, very cheap computer that students can learn to program on.
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RE: What general purpose I/o?
by Hans Otten on Sun 8th May 2011 13:12 UTC in reply to "What general purpose I/o?"
Hans Otten
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2009-12-24

Received an answer on my email asking about I/O: 10-20 buffered GPIO lines.

So this will be a fun device!

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