This workshop is part two of a two part intro to the Arduino being held at Pumping Station: One. Part 2 is for people who have a working Arduino setup running on their laptops. The emphasis in part two is on programming. We'll assume that you know where the different types of pins are located on the board, and that you can run at least the blink example. Ask lots of questions!
You will need to bring a laptop. You will need an Arduino. The best choice is Sparkfun's "Flex" kit http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10174 If you don't already have an Arduino, Pumping Station: One will loan you a Flex kit to use during the workshop session. Ask lots of questions!
image is CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 sparkfun.com
- The Arduino language: a simplified mix of C and C++
- Programming basics and interactive demos
- Experiment time to play with programming examples
- The Arduino language - special libraries
- Experiment time to play with library examples
- Arduino shields and i/o modules (demo)
Instructor: Ed Bennett
ed symbol kineticsandelectronics dot com
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Pumping Station: One NFP
Pumping Station: One, NFP is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes. Our mission is to foster a collaborative environment wherein people can explore and create intersections between technology, science, art, and culture.