[dorkbotlondon-blabber] Learning Arduino

Greenman greenman at muti.tv
Thu Aug 4 10:04:12 EDT 2011


The pre-reqs are probably going to be the challenge. I would like to
make things as open as possible.

My scheme would be to try to run a few (3/4) concurrent workshops,
with them each repeated twice. This could allow for an introductory
level, and well as an intermediate level.





On 4 August 2011 14:58, Paul Fremantle <paul at fremantle.org> wrote:
> What would you say the pre-reqs were? Someone who has never soldered/built
> anything and never written a line of code will be different to say someone
> who has maybe not built anything but has written some simple code before.
> Paul
>
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 2:51 PM, Greenman <greenman at muti.tv> wrote:
>>
>> I / School Of Everything would like to organise a series of Arduino
>> classes. To make it easier to get people to cover the expense of the
>> new hardware, I would like to do a few classes in one day (or perhaps
>> a weekend).
>>
>> If someone were to start from scratch and spend a day (or two)
>> bootstrapping their arduino skills, what would they need to learn?  In
>> practice this would be 2 or 3 workshops.
>>
>> (Oh, and would you like to run a workshop? )
>>
>> Peter
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