Next Meetup

Arduino 101.08: Network Communication Part 2
• What we'll do How to get your Arduino to communicate with the network. You will learn how to use your Arduino in conjunction with WiFi for more expanded functionality. You will need to bring your own laptop and to have the Arduino IDE setup. Class Syllabis at http://www.hamptonsailer.com/Fubar Proceeds help fund future programs and operational costs at FUBAR Labs, a 501(c)3 tax deductibile non-profit organization. • What to bring You will need to bring your own laptop and to have the Arduino IDE setup. • Important to know You will learn how to use your Arduino in conjunction with WiFi for more expanded functionality.

FUBAR Labs

100 Jersey Avenue Suite B-103 · New Brunswick, NJ

$10.00

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Fair Use Building and Research (FUBAR) Labs is New Jersey’s First Hackerspace. We are a Nonprofit Corporation that provides a space where people with common interests, such as computers, electronics, DIY, software, technology, science, and crafts can meet and collaborate. We are an open community offering classes, workshops, study groups, and long term projects. FUBAR Member have 24×7 access to the space and all the equipment.

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