[sdiy] Programming Language Recommendation

Benjamin Tremblay btremblay at me.com
Thu Dec 3 04:23:01 CET 2020

I’m getting back into c++ for the Teensy platform and it’s a damn frustrating blast from the past. I still feel the way I did about c++ 28 years ago. It’s as close to the metal as a guy like me should be permitted to go.
Because the Teensy Audio Library uses c++ I am able to make my own dsp components as long as I can do the byte math, something I’m really bad at. Fortunately computers are very patient and forgiving, much more so than an overheated transistor. 
C++ is deterministic and mcus need that.

Benjamin Tremblay

> On Dec 2, 2020, at 9:53 PM, Shawn Rakestraw <shawnrakestraw at gmail.com> wrote:
> Please don't go into extreme detail (unless you really want to). I ask too many simple questions and I feel bad that everyone spends great amounts of time with it.
> I am thinking about programming ARM chips like the STM32 for something like Braids. I know that I will not be making my own Braids module anytime soon, but I would like to start thinking about the language I need to learn. I know the most about C++. I also realize that my question may be better asked as what libraries should I load / study up on.
> Thanks guys/gals
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