Learn to Solder: Arduino
Saturday, March 23, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This class will teach you to solder or help you practice your skills if they are a little rusty. We will guide you through the process of building an Arduino from a kit. You will also learn how the hardware of an Arduino works as you assemble each section of the board. Kits will be provided and in the end you will go home with your brand new DIY Arduino ready to make your project dreams come true.
This class is the first in a series of four upcoming monthly classes at HackPittsburgh:
- Learn to Solder: build your own Arduino microcontroller!
- Physical Pixel: learn how to program your Arduino to do things!
- Intro to Motor Control: use your Arduino to drive basic motors!
- Advanced Motor Control: use your Arduino to drive more complex motors!
While attendance at one class isn't required to attend any of the others, with this series of classes you can build your own arduino microcontroller and learn how to do cool things with it. As an added bonus, we will be providing discount codes at each class for the following classes. So, the more you learn, the more you save!
If you have your own soldering iron, you are welcome to bring it along.
If you do not have a soldering iron already, we have soldering irons you can use for the class, please do not buy a soldering iron until afer the class as we can provide guidance on what to seek and what to avoid. (A soldering iron is not included in the class, you'll be borrowing ours for the duration only.)
When: Saturday March 23rd starting at 1pm.
Where: HackPittsburgh shop 1936 5th Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15219 (around back on Watson).
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org