Quelab is offering an introductory course on making things with the Arduino microprocessor development platform in April. Classes will be held Wednesday evening, 6-9:PM, April 11, 18, and 25. Cost is $65 ($40 for members), and includes an Arduino Uno development board, prototyping board, and support electronics like LED’s, switches, transistors, and wires. Class participants will granted admission to the lab, including all hacknights. Members will be present to help you with your Arduino projects and coursework.
Bring in a computer to use as your development host. Almost any fairly recent LINUX/Windows/Mac netbook, laptop, or Desktop should support the Arduino IDE. The first session, April 11, will be dedicated to getting the Arduino development environment running on your computer, while the remaining sessions will take you through several tutorials and project examples.
The course will be limited to the first 15 students to sign up.
Registration is closed. Class is full.
See http://arduinoapril.eventbrite.com for details.
Parts are in for projects, so come to Sunday or Tuesday Hacknights to get started on your build.
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