LVL1 Beyond Arduino Workshop 8/21/2010
Saturday, August 21, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Are you limited by the arduino? Do you want to use your microcontroller to its full potential? This $60 workshop extends your knowledge of DIY electronics, teaching you how to interface a microcontroller with the world. Learn how to program in pure C code, use and extend the built-in libraries, and burn code onto this bare-bones system. Breadboards, microcontrollers and programmers are provided. Bring a laptop and your brain. Seating is limited, register online. All proceeds go towards Louisville's LVL1 hackerspace. This workshop is not for those without prior electronics experience.
More information available at http://www.lvl1.org/workshops.
YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING YOUR OWN SOLDERING IRON AND LAPTOP. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A SOLDERING IRON OR LAPTOP, PLEASE EMAIL US AT email@example.com AND WE WILL PROVIDE ONE. WE ENCOURAGE THIS FOR YOUR FUTURE INDEPENDENT HACKING ENJOYMENT.
Q: Do I need to bring solder or any other materials?
A: No, we will provide all of that. We only encourage you bring a soldering iron and laptop if possible. But those will be provided for attendees that need them.
When & Where
LVL1 is a Louisville hackerspace.
LVL1's mission is to provide a shared space for collaborative technical and artistic experimentation in the Louisville area. We are a non-profit organization following the hackerspace model currently flourishing in cities all over the world. Our goal is to create an open workspace where engineers, artists and educators can meet and collaborate. LVL1 is where we begin making amazing things.