I am still learning Rust intensively so my questions might be irrelevant. I am also very inexperienced with embedded even though it's probably the funniest thing I have done .
One of the things I would love to do is to port a project (the classical obstacle avoiding robot) I wrote for PIC32 in C to Rust.
I redid (of course!) this project with Arduino together with kids in my neighborhood - simpler version, without interrupts though.
That is to say I am open to try on any micro-controller, preferably GPIO to start smoothly.
Dear Resources Team, when we are talking about Arduino board support crates, are we also talking about Chinese clones as well?
What would be the friendliest micro-controller that I could use (easiest board, most documented crate)?
If you have the patience, please explain like you would to an 11 years old. Firstly I am not experienced enough, secondly, I might do the project with the kiddies in my neighborhood (we have a programming hang-out), so several people might benefit from your efforts .