What a way to kick of 2018 with our first Arduino Workshop for the year! It was a fantastic evening with the broadest range of backgrounds we've ever had. If a nurse, primary teacher, and IT developer can all come and learn about electronics and coding, then so can you.
We kicked it off in the usual fashion by talking about what Arduino is, how you can use it, and a brief backgrounds about what it's all about. Then we got straight into the projects by developing a simple user interface using a button, potentiometer, and LED. The fascinating thing about simple projects like that is that you can easily replace the LED with a relay controlling the garden pumps, or a solar monitor. The possibilities are endless!
If you're not able to make it in for our in-house workshop, but you're interested in learning about Arduino, then I'd recommend our online Arduino course which is available for free, and covers off on almost 5x the content that we get through in a single Workshop. It's perfect for learning at home or on-the-go, and if you get stuck along the way, we're here to help!
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