So im taking the plunge into AVR world (Don't worry I read the getting started guide :) ) but I want just a sanity check on anything I MIGHT be missing.
For one im grabbing the "Make: Programming AVR's" book since apparently it's a pretty solid book (Although I can't find a shopping list anywhere).
(BTW Any advantage to this over the USBTinyISP v2?)
- Atmega328's (Multiple ones since I might blow some up ha)
- Components for Breadboarding an AVR (I still can't get a proper count on WHAT is actually required, it seems like every guide has a different list)
^ Also how reliable honestly is it to create multiple "standalone" AVR boards, or should I just go with something prebuilt. What do most people do?
Am I missing anything else besides just some fun components (If anyone knows of a good amazon link with a good smattering of components/sensors let me know!)