VB.NET hardware Programming

Posted on 2009-02-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I am interested in writing some hardware applications in and have been looking at the coding for fun site.
I was wondering if someone could suggest some possible starting kits. I found the following but dont know if its any good and wanted to get some suggestions from others:

Question by:ross13
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    If you want to learn real device programming, not a fun one, you'd better stick to C++.
    C++ tools are much much more mature, than these .NET things.

    If you would like it, it would be much easier to get job on C/C++ embeded programming in comparison to .NET.

    Every company selling microchips offering starter kits including required software and computer-attached hardware, check our something like this:

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