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Arduino 101 class (An Introduction to Arduino Programming)

We'll introduce the Arduino platform - a valuable tool for electronics prototyping. 

In this introductory course, we will help you with the questions below:

1.  What is Arduino?  How did it get started?  Who invented it?  Why?

2.  What are some of the interesting things that people are already doing with Arduino?

3.  Which Arduino is right for me? How can I tell?  Where can I get one? We will have them available for purchase for a nominal fee!

4.  How do I get started with sample projects? Bring your laptop (Windows, OS X, or Linux) and we will install the development tools on it with you.

5. Is there a good tutorial that I can follow?  We will provide an excellent tutorial for you to take with you.

6.  What's the first project I can do? Each class member will wire blinking lights on a prototyping board and run the software on an Arduino to make your lights blink!

If you do not have an Arduino already and wish to purchase one, we will have a limited number of Arduino Mega boards for sale (with connection cables) for the rock bottom price of $25.00.  Please bring cash!  ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO NOVA LABS!

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

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  • Cliff R.

    Excellent class. Learned a lot. Motivated to learn more.

    January 17, 2014

  • Mike M.

    I agree, it was definitely worth it! I can't wait to start to tinker.

    January 16, 2014

  • Gabriel B.

    It was a great class.
    It was at a beginner,beginner level and I learned a lot.

    January 16, 2014

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