SCIL Public Meetup: Arduino (micro-controllers) Workshop

This evening will feature an Arduino/micro-controller Workshop. Although tailored around Arduino's the workshop experience can be applied to other micro-controllers. Sam Fladung will lead this workshop.

So come learn the hands on basics of playing with and programming your Microcontroller. Learn to control LEDs, use timers, run cool functions, and work with external devices. All skill levels welcome to learn and afterwards share your experiences and knowledge.

Please bring your own micro-controller if you have one. A few extras will be on hand for those who do not. Plus, we are sure people will be willing to share technologies.

Sound good? We think so and hope to see you there.

There is no charge for this workshop, although a donation to the club is always appreciated.

Thank you,

South Coast Innovator Labs.

P.S.: the usual blurb...

We're meeting here: http://goo.gl/maps/fTG0Y (The Community Center room at Super Stop & Shop, 36 New State Highway, Raynham, MA[masked])

This is our regular public meeting. All are welcome to come and hang out.

 

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  • Ed B.

    Sam lead everyone to a good understanding of the subject matter. Looking forward to the next workshop.

    June 28, 2013

  • Dawn Bezanson T.

    Turns out Chris will be supplying me with an arduino after all, but I can't find any way to change my survey responses from my phone.

    June 26, 2013

  • Jim W.

    Hi All, at the end of the Meetup I will describe a SCIL project proposal that will be related to the workshop; at least the skills will be. The proposal has been made to the SCIL board and it was suggested to bring it to all members. It will need many hands as it is a challenging project with what I think has a huge potential for SCIL.

    June 25, 2013

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We just grab a coffee and speak French. Some people have been coming every week for months... it creates a kind of warmth to the group.

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