Getting started with NXP MCUs

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by normnet22 on Fri Oct 24 04:41:13 MST 2014
First post.
I have many years programming experience with PIC18's in Basic and several months in C.
I have found the limits for both audio and graphics and wish to use a higher speed MCU.
The 200 MHz PIC32MZ is a new product and reportably isn't quite ready.

Is the LPCXpresso IDE and the LPC Link 2 combination doable as a starting point with NXP or should I consider a more basic MCU?
Is the LPC43xx series considered stable and ready for prime time?
Which of the 2 LPC Link 2's is compatible with LPCXpresso IDE?