this week, we are supposed to have mulitple boards with different
microprocessors communicate. In the interest of time (and since i
didn't understand much from Neil's lecture), I decided to do the same
boards as Neil and program them differently to test different
possibilities of networking.
This was not my best soldering job ever and I learned a very valuable
lesson : don't be impatient. I soldered my pins and boards before
shearing and got one my boards destroyed in the process.
The boards worked (miraculoulsly) and I played around with Neil's code.
They now each blink at a different rate when you choose them.
This is very useful for my final project because i might need to
control different boards and have them make different things
simultaneously so this was good practice.
Here is the code :
I also attended Nadya's session on Internet 0 which was very helpful in uunderstanding it.