OMG, we’re having a class!
You may have heard of the Arduino microcontroller before, but if not, we’re here to tell you all about it! This class will be geared towards those that have no experience with programming, microcontrollers, electronics, or even hackerspaces! Rest assured that those with some deeper digging questions will have knowledgeable members of Hive76 on hand to answer them.
With the purchase of a ticket, you will get 12 hours of instruction spread over 4 class sessions (that’s 4 three-hour sessions) and an Arduino “starter kit” of parts. You have the option of bringing your own Arduino ($55), if you have one, or choosing the package that comes with the Arduino ($75).
Sessions start on June 3rd and continue each Sunday, through June 24th. Class times are 1PM-4PM. Students must bring a laptop with a USB port (Windows, Linux, OS X), and a willingness to have fun.
Tickets can be purchased here. To clarify, students only need to purchase one ticket to attend all four classes.
Seating is limited to only 10 students! Tickets are expected to go VERY fast!
4 Replies to “Intro to Programming with Arduino”
Awesome deal! Looking forward to the class!
Hi– this sounds fantastic! I wish I could take this, but I’ll be out of town for 2 of the 4 classes. I hope it goes well and that you’ll consider offering it again.
@Chris, we’re looking forward to having you!
@Tamara, we will be offering this course again in the future, just not sure when yet 😉 In the meantime, you’re welcome to stop by one of our open houses (Wednesdays @ 7PM), or our next microcontroller night (Monday June 11th @ 7PM). The Hacktory (http://www.thehacktory.org/) may be offering their own Arduino course in July, as well, so keep an eye on them!
Due to a family emergency, I was unable to attend the Intro to Arduino class last weekend, and will unable to attend this weekend. Is it possible for you to credit me towards another class? As I only attended one class…I would love to continue with Arduino…will you be teaching it again?
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