Arduino Book for Beginners

    • 10,99 €
    • 10,99 €

Publisher Description

The Arduino platform is great because it allows anyone with a desire to build awesome things the ability to easily create a prototype.

The Arduino Book for Beginners is a tutorial style collection of lessons designed to be simple and easy to follow which uses only the most relevant circuits and programs and assumes nothing about your prior electronics or programming experience.

The book also comes with access to over 15 supplemental video lessons to help drive home concepts.  These supplemental video lessons are pulled from training at Programming Electronics Academy, the premiere online training website for learning to program Arduino.

What you will Learn:

How to program your Arduino...from variables to arrays, for loops and if statements

How to make your Arduino respond to sensors

How to communicate to your computer with the Arduino

How to build teleporters, levitating fortresses and nuclear reactors (maybe a stretch…)

This book covers the most useful, enlightening and simplest examples to get you started on the road to hacking just about anything.

What to Expect:

Step-by-step instructions to walk you through building circuits and programming your Arduino

Each line of code in the programs are discussed to maximize your understanding of the fundamentals

Repetition of the basic programming building blocks are used to increase your retention of the material

Only a handful of additional parts are necessary to complete the course lessons, many of which are reused from lesson to lesson, reducing your investment in learning how to use Arduino

The simple building blocks you learn will be put together to build more complex examples

Each lesson ends with suggestions of experiments to try on your own.  These are generally simple changes that make you think about the operation of the Arduino and the underlying programming language.  It is doing these where you will learn the most.

Get Started Now:

There is no better time to jump in then now!  The Arduino community is vibrant and growing.

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