NodeMCU IoT – First Thoughts

I’ve tinkered with microcontrollers on-and-off quite a bit throughout my life, mostly sticking with the Arduino boards. My first one was an Arduino Duemilanove circa 2009. As part of a larger project I wanted to dive into something a bit more advanced. By sheer coincidence I came across an advertisement for a NodeMCU. For under $5 you get an Arduino-compatible microcontroller with built-in WiFi. Absolutely perfect for your IoT project. If you hunt around eBay and don’t mind waiting several weeks, you can get them as cheap as even $3 or so. Continue reading “NodeMCU IoT – First Thoughts”