I'm following the pace of the book, so I reached this paragraph "Recommended setup for programming ESP8266" where you summarize the parts list; you mentioned "Resistors – Some 10K, some 20K, some 330Ohm – A handful – $1.00". What power do you recommend for these resistors?
0.5 W, 1W, 2W, 3W?
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