Arduino for Beginners/Group Project

Got questions about Arduino or want to know more about it? Come to this amazing meeting and get some help from other Arduino users.

This meeting is free and open to everyone.

As per TechShop policy, please wear closed toe shoes. Children 12 and up are welcome and must have a parent or guardian with them. If you would like a tour of the shop, please ask the staff.

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  • Rita A.

    Hi, Saint Francis High School of Mountain View is looking to hire a Robotics Coach for the upcoming F.I.R.S.T season (November-March). If you are interested or can recommend a candidate, see job description. http://bit.ly/QLHJ1C
    Thanks,
    -Rita Amladi

    September 11, 2012

  • Ian M.

    Over all a great showing.

    September 3, 2012

  • William W.

    Excellent. The members were friendly and I ran into some old acquaintances and taught a 4 year old how to light up an LED. Elis gave a presentation on C that was well received.

    September 2, 2012

  • Elis P.

    Yes! Just keep in mind that to use the TechShop's soldering irons you need to be a member or otherwise get a day pass. Also you may miss out on the little code contest that we will be having.

    September 1, 2012

  • Elis P.

    Just a quick heads up for everyone, Techshop gives gives tours of the facility to anyone who wants one. If you would like to get a tour just go up to the front desk and they will be happy to show you around. You don't have to wait for the meetup to check the place out either, you can get a tour any day the Techshop is open.

    August 28, 2012

  • Etan A.

    Hi Dora and TechShop SJ, thanks for organizing the Arduino meetup. Would love to do a tour of TechShop right before or after. Have built quite a few physical products before and it would be great to get a sense of the tools and work areas available at TechShop.

    August 28, 2012

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