Thank you Core Electronics forum friends for helping me on this journey!
This project was my first ever encounter with Arduino and robotics, and I honestly couldn’t have done it without you guys patiently answering my questions, helping me troubleshoot and just being awesome people.
It’s because of your help, that I was able to create this robot (who I named Jemima) from scratch.
I look back at the very basic (and newbie) questions I asked when I first joined this forum, and realise just how far I’ve come. You guys have been an integral part of me growing as a tinkerer.
So, thank you:
- @Robert93820, @Alan73922, @Simon58487, for helping me with my first time soldering. Especially Bob for patiently walking me through my sometimes very messy problems.
- @James for liking & supporting all my posts / comments! And providing awesome tips.
- @Bryce for answering my questions on flux & removing connectors!
- @Jeff105671 YOU SAVED ME WITH THE ADAFRUIT SOUNDBOARD TROUBLESHOOTING - thank you!
- @Liam120347 for answering my newbie questions. The tip you gave about the screw terminals clipping together saved me 3 hours of my life
- @James46717 for your valuable power bank advice, and also happy day!
- @Trent Thank your 2c about the motion sensors!
- @Liam Thank you for introducing me to the Teensy! I’ve never heard of it before, but now know that it exists!
Sorry if I missed your name. I still appreciate you, because I read all replies to my posts!
This is the best forum I’ve ever been a part of.
Hopefully once I become a pro, I can return & help out people in this forum too.
For now… I still wouldn’t trust my own advice.