Last week, it was that time again, where we ran our in-house Arduino Workshop, and it was something special. We had a Java programmer, and a year 8 high school student mixed in which made it a truly unique workshop for people with all kinds of backgrounds and experience levels.
We spent a bit more time on the electronics crash course intro, diving into some interest questions from participants, as well as learning a bit more about how the Arduino board sets up inputs and outputs and the electrical differences between them.
Whilst we didn't have the time to explore much further content than the standard workshop, it was definitely a case of depth over width, with everyone taking a really close look at what we covered.
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