„With over 450 active entries, Board-DB is the largest online database and comparison tool for single board computers (SBCs), computing modules (SoMs), and development boards.“
Vermutlich ist die Seite mit den über 450 Boards, der erste Punkt an dem man nachsehen kann. Klasse Projekt!
The Thunderboard Sense is a small and feature packed development platform for battery operated IoT applications.
Software, meet hardware. Netduino is an open source electronics platform using the .NET Micro Framework. Featuring a 32-bit microcontroller and a rich development environment. Suitable for engineers and hobbyists alike.“
processor and memory
● STMicro 32-bit microcontroller
Speed: 120MHz, Cortex-M3
Code Storage: 192 KB
RAM: 60 KB
digital i/o features
● all 22 digital and analog pins: GPIO
digital pins 0-1: UART 1 RX, TX
● digital pins 2-3: UART 2 RX, TX/PWM
● digital pins 5-6: PWM, PWM
● digital pins 7-8: UART 3 RX, TX
(also works as UART 2 RTS, CTS)
● digital pins 9-10: PWM, PWM
● digital pins 11-13: PWM/MOSI, MISO, SPCK
● digital pin SD/SC: SDA/SCL
(also works as UART 4 RX, TX)
Congratulation for winning the Japan Prize Award and many thanks to Dr. Dennis Ritchie and Dr. Ken Thompson for the development of UNIX.
Japan Prize (日本国際賞) is awarded to people from all parts of the world whose „original and outstanding achievements in science and technology are recognized as having advanced the frontiers of knowledge and served the cause of peace and prosperity for mankind.“ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_Prize
Dennis MacAlistair Ritchie (username: dmr, born September 9, 1941) is an American computer scientist notable for developing C and for having influence on other programming languages, as well as operating systems such as Multics and Unix. He received the Turing Award in 1983 and the National Medal of Technology 1998 on April 21, 1999. Ritchie was the head of Lucent Technologies System Software Research Department when he retired in 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Ritchie
Ken Thompson (born February 4, 1943), commonly referred to as ken in hacker circles, is an American pioneer of  computer science notable for his work with the B programming language and his shepherding of the Unix and Plan 9 operating systems. Most recently Thompson is also the co-creator of Google’s programming language Go. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Thompson