Can’t Get There From Here

My most frequent email inquiry is some version of "I've been doing transistors and resistors for 30 years, how do I get into microcontrollers?" The readers that send in these inquiries invariably conclude that they simply can't get there from where they stand. That may be true, but it comes down to a matter of perspective. What I mean is that learning is really about forming links to existing memories (the psychologists call it association), as well as forming new relatively standalone ones (accommodation).

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