I know we've all been a bit Kickstartered-out of late, but this latest one seems more interesting than most since it's designed to be an easy programming environment. It uses the Intel Edison module and the PX4 flight code, which is a good choice for power and ease of use:
Assemble Eedu: Eedu is a drone that can be quickly assembled using the included tools. It is compatible with Arduino shields and other open source hardware.
Enter Forge: Once put together, Eedu is ready to be synced to Forge, the software part of the kit. Forge is a Robotics Development Environment (RDE) that runs on your web browser in the cloud. It brings together the best of ground control, community interaction, and code development. It will even teach you how to code! It is the world’s first complete community integrated development environment for drone applications. Best of all, it’s all open source, so anyone can contribute.
Fly your app: Once your app is built, it will compile on Eedu, and you are ready to try out your very own “homebrew!”