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Arduino Class

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Arduino code is based on the C programming language. This class will be intended for those somewhat familiar with programming, but not necessarily in C. This class will start with the basics and gradually ramp up to more advanced topics. Feel free to bring your own Arduino and ask questions! This will be as hands-on as possible.

Teacher will be Brooks Scharff

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  • Brooks S.

    So as of now, I have gone over the Arduino "basics."
    I'm going to change this from a paid "formal class" to more of a (free) meeting of minds to exchange ideas and so we can help each-other with their Arduino projects.

    March 11, 2014

  • Joel

    Is this the first in the series of how many classes?
    Is there going to be some kind of breakdown of what is covered when at some point before this happens, or does one have to pay and show up to find out what is happening?

    February 13, 2014

    • Brooks S.

      I will be using a plain Arduino Uno with some random components I've gotten from adafruit (nothing too fancy). We're starting with Hello World and Blink, so his class is more targeted towards those that haven't used an Arduino before and that understand programming concepts.

      February 13, 2014

    • Brooks S.

      I will likely NOT be covering networking with Arduino, as the device is not powerful enough in my tests.

      February 13, 2014

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