I am using Atmega328 EEPROM. Should I use eeprom_is_ready() before reading and writing to EEPROM?
I notice that the EEPROM.write() and EEPROM.read() in arduino library does not use eeprom_is_ready(). Is this a bad practice?
The article below recommends that we always check the EEPROM before read/writing to it. What is the consequence of not doing so? Will it cause EEPROM value to be mis-written?