When Wed Jan 23 7pm — 9pm
Where Purple Classroom
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What Arduino programming for beginners and those who wish to know more about this fascination microcontroller.
Host Brady Pamplin
Categories

Registration

  • Cost: Free

Cancellations for this event must be made before January 23, 2019 — 7:00pm.

There are no more spaces available for this event.

About this Event

This class is designed for the total beginner in programming and electronics. If you work with Arduinos and example programs but want to get Back to the Basics of Programming, this is also for you. Fifteen Click-n-Run demo programs will be explained to reinforce the descriptions. Followup level 102 and 103 classes will be posted soon. All parts are furnished except your notebook PC.

Outline
- What is an Arduino and what can you do with it?
- Arduino IDE and library installation.
- Learn about the required structure of all programs.
- What are variables and why are they needed?
- Several basic commands including calculation, for loops, if and print statements will be covered.
- Guidance on learning how to understand advanced programs.
- How to locate and adapt internet examples to your requirements.

You will leave class with knowledge, documentation, parts list and programs to acquire parts, repeat and expand the lab exercises at home.

This is the latest addition to Nick and Brady's "Arduino: All Parts Furnished" series. All classes in the series are free, open to non members, ideal for beginners in programming/electronics and all parts except your notebook are furnished. Check the Event Calendar for schedule. Other classes include:
- Arduino: Sensors for Fun and Non Profit
- Arduino, Raspberry Pi: Using I2C LCD Displays
- Arduino: Controlling the Wild RGB LED Strips!
- Arduino: Blynk into the Internet of Things!
- Arduino: Wireless Communication with the NRF24L01 Transceiver
- Arduino: Exploring the Mighty ATtiny85

My DMS username: bpamplin


Special Considerations and Warnings

All parts are furnished except your notebook PC with a USB port. If you have a new thin notebook without a USB port, you should also bring a USB dongle.

Please install the Arduino IDE before class.
https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software

Apple MacOS tend to be a problem with the Arduino IDE. Please install the latest FTDI drivers.
https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/how-to-install-ftdi-drivers/mac