Firstly, I’m not unfamiliar with programming or electronics myself. But I will try and explain where I’m coming from. My inspiration for mentioning this partially comes from this thread: http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/1/3838/
When I say electronics I’m not talking about the finer details of how the devices work. I know it may seem trivial but all I expected was for the beginners tutorials to explain how things are connected to the device being programmed. Even if it’s as simple as “plug in your X board which uses pin N” or “connect a resistor and LED between pins X and Y (with illustration)”. And then run through a few examples with these connected.
If this was overlooked unintentionally then I am happy to and comfortable enough to add this to at least a few of the tutorials. If the tutorials are like this by design then my only other comment would be to include a link to such examples on the internet.
Thanks Gus and Rajesh, it looks like you’ve got a great support community here. I’ll look forward to participating further on the forums when I get more involved with my new FEZ Panda II. I’m currently correcting a few minor English and formatting errors I’ve noticed in a few of the wiki tutorials.
ransomhall, thank you for leading by example and extending to me the same courtesy you expected of me. I’m sorry you were upset by my comments but I am simply trying to provide constructive criticism. You can be assured that my interests are in supporting the community and sharing of information.