Many of us learnt to program on Sinclair Spectrums, Commodore 64s, BBC Micros or similar. Computers that booted straight up to a prompt and that encouraged you to play with them.
- An Espruino Pico
- A piece of plastic of wood to act as a base
- A Breadboard
- 4x 4×4 KeyPads
- Lots of Stickers
- 40x Male->Male Dupont-style Jumper wires – a multicoloured strip of them makes life a lot easier
- An old VGA cable
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