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New and Improved for 2021! 9 NEW Lessons (as of 1/12/21) with many more to come!

Have You Ever Wanted to Get Started with Arduino, Programming, or Electronics, But Weren’t Sure Where to Start?

…or Maybe You Bought an Arduino, But it’s Collecting Dust b/c You’re Not Sure What to do Next.

Perhaps You’re New to Microcontrollers or Programming but are Overwhelmed With the Massive Amount of Info Out There.

Meant for beginners who are new to Arduino, microcontrollers, programming, and electronics this course was created by an electrical engineer.

How to Get Started With Arduino in 1 Day or Less is an introductory course whose purpose is to do exactly what it says — get you started in 1 day or less!

And it makes a great gift for those interested getting started with electronics, programming, and microcontrollers as well.

Course Highlights:

  • Get Started Quickly – Includes links on where to buy an Arduino, and everything you need to get started

  • Understand the Basics – How the Arduino works and how to use it to its full potential

  • Introduction to Programming – Includes lessons on programming the Arduino

  • 2 FREE simple Arduino projects to start right away. All you need is an Arduino and a PC, no other hardware or parts required.

  • For you if you’re just getting started with Arduino or want to start. Also makes great gift for other Makers.

Here’s a Taste of What You’ll Learn:

  • How & where to buy an Arduino – So you get a genuine board at the best price

  • Understand the Basics – About the hardware on the board itself

  • The brains of the Arduino – About the microcontroller that powers the Arduino

  • Arduino IDE – How to use and get the most out of it

  • Power – How to safely & properly power your Arduino to avoid frying it

  • Programming – Start programming the Arduino right away

  • Examples to get you started – Start creating NOW with simple examples, no additional parts required for some

  • Ages 8 to 88 – Written so people of all ages can understand and start creating

Expected Outcomes

  1. How to quickly get set up and start creating with Arduino
  2. Arduino