Which development kit is better to start ARM based microcontroller programming?
I want to learn ARM based microcontroller programing. What do you offer for this purpose? Should I buy a high level development kit like Beagle board or a basic development kit like LM3S811? Is it necessary to learning basic instruction on LM3S811? Or Should I use directly high level development kit with a operating system (not using an IDE like CCS.just using Embedded Linux or something like that)
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