>>600>The Internet of Things
What does that mean? Connecting vital appliances to Internet is dumbest thing ever. Intranet is fine, but keep it airgapped.>Robots
Building anything beyond glorified Mindstorms RC car requires deep academical knowledge or at least university resources and support.>Home Automation
Again, I'm not connecting my toaster to the Internet, there is no practical need to do that. Stop listening to marketers that try to sell you their dev boards.>Security
Any worthwhile security needs rent-a-cops on the other end watching your alarm 24/7, they usually install their own proprietary security systems.>Arduino
Writing embedded software in C is bloat>https://en.wikipedia.org
And most libraries or example projects are proprietary>AliExpress or eBay may have what you're looking for.
I was expecting a Taobao international store guide. Both Ebay and Aliexpress are way overpriced when it comes to small components in big quantities. I'm not paying $6 for a capacitor or USB port.>>601
BadUSB is not what you think it is. Keyboard emulators existed long before BadUSB, but somehow Rubber Ducky creators memed everyone to believe so. BadUSB is when a legit flash drive starts acting as a keyboard or gets privilege escalation through driver exploits.