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Old 15th January 2019
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Hi again !

So, in the Java formation I started, we also learn to use Arduino.
We just made a lil'wifi ESP32-based project, and it works fine with the school's sensors.

As I wanted to work at home, I bought an Arduino Uno clone kit, actually a Freenove clone kit.
The SBC works fine, but half of the sensors are faultry.

Does anybody have good references for good sensors, brands to choose or to avoid ?
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Take a look at
http://daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=8124
And I learned Java with some of Yakov Fain's books.
And do not wait for the garbage collector ahah
C++ help me to understand Java and Java help me to understand C++

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