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Suggestion for Project Presentation Format

From: David R.
Sent on: Saturday, January 25, 2014 5:15 PM
Bend Arduino Group Members:

Our new format is very exciting. In the last two meeting, we have focused entirely on members presenting their own projects. Members are asked to present projects of any skill-level and especially projects from Adafruit tutorials (http://learn.adafruit.com/search?q=arduino) which are very educational and well-written by Simon Monk for Adafruit. Evertone is asked to contribute.

This is my proposal (attached) for a simple format to present our projects for group consumption. The four steps are: functional description, schematic, sketch, working device and what you learned. The idea is
that if we present the design details well- enough then the group will learn as much as if they had done
the project themselves.

David Robson

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