micro:bit Breakout Board Hookup Guide
Contributors: Shawn Hymel, Ell CFavorited Favorite 2
Resources and Going Further
With the micro:bit breakout board, you can start introducing more sensors, lights, and motors into your project! For more information, check out these resources:
- Eagle Files
- GitHub Hardware Repo
- micro:bit Main Site
- Microsoft MakeCode
- MicroPython for micro:bit Editor
- Qwiic Connect System
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