The task is simple we will spend the day working with Arduino’s.
In the morning workshop we will run and a beginners Arduino programming class; showing you how to install and use the Arduino development environment, the features of the Arduino programming language and libraries, and showing how to use the Arduino and shields with some electronic devices.
In the afternoon workshop we will be bulk buying Freeduino kits and participants can spend the reset of the day soldering them up and getting familiar with the hardware.
€15 General public.
€10 TOG members.
€25 Freeduino kit.
Sunday 14th of February.
Arduino Workshop : 10:30 to 14:00
Freeduino Building: 14:30 to 18:00
In TOG. See location page.
The morning workshop will be limited to 8 participants. The afternoon workshop will have a flexible limit for participants and is free, but requiring a Freeduino kit.No electronics skills required. Participants must be at least 18 years old. Workshop open to ALL. Prepayment at time of booking is required for this workshop via paypal.
To book please use the contact form below.
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The Freeduino kits have arrived. Note they do not come with a cable, you will need a Type A to Mini-B USB cable. You might already have one if you’ve bought a portable electronic device (mobile, mp3 player, etc.) in recent years.