To get the most out of Arduino, you have to understand the flow of a program’s code. Think of it as structuring and formatting an essay, but the essay interacts with the world and does cool stuff!
Join Curiosity Campus and instructor Richard Gurwitz for this special session and you will learn about:
All of these concepts can be employed to create useful, fascinating applications for Arduino. We require that students have had some basic exposure to the Arduino controller (ideally by attending our Introduction to Arduino course) and that they bring their own laptop to class.
When: Tuesday 27 October, 6.30PM – 9PM
Where: 27 Caledon Street, Harrington Square, Cape Town CBD
Price: R2200 incl hardware if you want to book for Introduction to Arduino and any 2 of Coding I, Coding II, Hardware I, Hardware II; R3000 to book all 5 classes together
Instructor: Ross Needham
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Tags: Arduino, Curiosity Campus
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