Workshops/Arduino for beginners 5
Information for our introductory workshops on Arduinos
To be held on the 28th and 29th August 2011. This course will be split into two days. Day 1 for the first hour or so will be a brief introduction to programming in C. After this we will start using the Arduino. Day 2 will be moving onto further projects with the Arduino.
If you already have experience programming then you only need to turn up after the morning session on Day 1 if you wish.
Note that experience in programming will be expected so if you do not have that please ensure you attend the whole of Day 1.
There are 10 places available on the course, the costs is £50 per person. Either bring your own Arduino and components or purchase the kit above (note you will need the necessary components for the course, hence the kit is ideal. If you have your own already, then fine.)
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Introduction to Programming and Arduino - Saturday 28th August 2011
Further adventures with your Arduino - Sunday 29th August 2011
A Beginners Programming and Arduino workshop.
Aimed at complete beginners in programming and electronics.
- Please bring a laptop.
- Please install Arduino IDE before the course day. Please ensure the program works before attending (Load a sketch and compile the code. Email Mike if you need help with this).
Saturday 28th August
Introduction to Programming and Arduino
This will be an introduction to programming, specifically the C programming language.
C is a ubiquitous and versatile language, used for programming PCs and micro-controllers. The aim of this day is to give you a basic understanding of programming and C, specifically the course will prepare you for the Arduino course after lunch.
After lunch we will dive right into the Arduino projects.
Sunday 29th August
Continuing adventures with an Arduino
A full day dedicated to learning how the Arduino works and how to code for it as well as basic electronics theory.
Through the day you will learn about the features of the Arduino platform, and construct a variety of fun and interesting projects to examine the basics of it's operation.
Note. Programming experience will be assumed. If have no programming experience or are unsure of programming in C, please attend the "Introduction to Programming and C" which will be held on the Saturday morning. If you are a confident developer then you may skip this bit and turn up after lunch on Saturday for the Arduino projects section.
Anyone! Aimed at complete beginners in both programming and electronics.
- Earthshine - Instructor
Refreshments will be provided but please bring food for lunch. There are numerous cafes nearby if you want to eat out.