Utah C++ Programmers has released a new video.
by Richard Thomson
From the video description:
This Winter, we'll be hunkered down with embedded programming with C/C++ and some popular single board computer platforms popular in the 'maker' community.
This month, Richard Thomson will continue with an introduction to the Raspberry Pi Pico. The Pico is an inexpensive yet powerful single board microcontroller, costing only $4 It features more RAM than the Arduino Uno and considerably more processing power. The RP2040 CPU is a dual core 133 MHz Arm Cortex-M0+ with a selection of integrated peripherals. The CPU was custom designed by the Raspberry Pi foundation to address the specific needs of the maker community. The Arduino IDE can be used to program the Pico as with the Uno. With integrated USB controller, the Pico can implement a USB host or device.