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Arduino and Gmail

Twin Cities Maker

Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

Arduino and Gmail

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This is a beginner Arduino Class we are going to talk about and build a Gmail identifyer.

What are we building:


What to bring: Arduino + Laptop (the hack factory has a few computers available if you need one also).

What to prepaire: Get yourself a gmail account if you don't have one and install the arduino software, Python, and Pyserial

What to know: It is not necessary to know Arduino or Python, you should have a working knowledge of how computers work and how to install things, the basics. You don't need to have any programming knowledge, but if you did it wouldn't hurt.

Price: This class will be offered free for all, but we will be asking for small donations to a Twin Cities Maker Starving Hacker Fund to help those of us who would like to be members but have fallen on hard times.

Who is teaching? Paul Sobczak Electrical Engineer and one of the people who started Twin Cities Maker way back in 2009 :)

Have questions about Arduino and Gmail ? Contact Twin Cities Maker

When & Where

Hack Factory
3119 E. 26th Street

Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

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Twin Cities Maker

win Cities Maker (TC Maker) is a community group based in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area..

We have opened a hackerspace for members to build projects using various media and technologies, from wood and metal working to electronics to fabrics and beyond.

We call our space the Hack Factory.


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