Arduino Mini-Workshop

On the heels of our recent Arduino workshop, which was a great time by the way, I am looking at putting together a Mini-workshop to occur within the next month. The format will be a 2-3 hour workshop focused on one topic of working with the Arduino. I am thinking that a weeknight may be appropriate for a shorter workshop such as this.

Components/Kits/Devices may be provided to interface with your Arduino so attendees will learn by doing and usually take away working examples of what is learned.

Please take a moment to fill out the following poll to help me determine the most popular topic for our upcoming mini-workshop.

http://www.connecticuthackerspace.com/content/which-following-would-you-see-our-next-arduino-mini-workshop

NOTE: It was brought to my attention that many people are unable to use the poll linked above unless they are signed in.  I have fixed this issue and everyone should be able to use the poll linked above. If you can take a moment and vote for the topic that you are interested in, I will appreciate it.

Thanks,
Jeff

Notes: What to bring: Attendees are encouraged to bring an Arduino, a solderless breadboard, jumper wires for solderless breadboard and a laptop with the Arduino IDE installed and functioning. Attendees that are unable to bring these materials are still encouraged to attend and follow along with the material being presented. Suggested Donation: $20 Non-member $10 Members

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  • Rich

    Overall Great. The material was clear and on task for controlling DC and Stepper Motors with an Arduino.

    September 18, 2012

  • William S.

    A friend wants to attend. Same prices as last time?

    September 14, 2012

    • Jeff

      I consider this a Mini-workshop so the suggested donation will be $20 for non-members, $10 for members.

      September 15, 2012

    • Jeff

      This will be fairly basic. The workshop should only last about an hour or so.

      September 15, 2012

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