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Arduino 101 with ThinkLab and Microsoft
« on: November 16, 2016, 11:40:31 AM »
Arduino 101 with ThinkLab and Microsoft

This class will teach you the basics of Arduino Programming. The class is aimed at robotics engineers, hackers, hobbyists, and makers, in order to introduce them to the Arduino computer module, as well as its component parts.
Arduino 101 with Thinklab: A workshop on the basics of the Intel Arduino / Genuino 101 platform and its applications to Robotics, Instrumentation and Internet of Things
Project demo / walkthrough by Microsoft: Arduino MKR1000 with Microsoft Azure Integration
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects. Its a tiny and cheap computer which allows you to do cool stuff and build cool gadgets! Arduino is the most popular gadget used at makerspaces all over the world. Learn the building blocks of the maker movement and be part of the revolution now!
Students are encouraged to bring your own laptop and load the Arduino IDE on your own device. Bringing your laptop will allow for the instructor to make sure you get setup correctly and can go home continuing onto your projects!
Class starts at 3:00PM.
Ages: Suggest ages 15 to Adult.
See you at the Workshop!

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Arduino 101 with ThinkLab and Microsoft
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