[Lab] another thought about learning arduino: budget

Amos Hayes amos at polkaroo.net
Tue Mar 4 09:58:30 EST 2014

I'm keen to attend. I'd be up for attending a beginner session where the
goal is to learn the environment and capabilities while building something
relatively simple. I'd also be up for a second session not long after
(don't want to forget everything) where we make something more elaborate
(and expensive). People could always choose to team up if the material cost
for the second workshop became a problem - but if people can foot the bill
they could tackle it themselves.

For something more complicated, I'd be up for something like this, but
reacting to ifttt.com recipes or other input to set the colour.


amos at polkaroo.net

On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 8:01 AM, Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com>wrote:

> I'm curious. Of the people that want to learn arduino out there, what
> budget would you say is appropriate for parts?
> 20 bucks?
> 40 bucks?
> 100 bucks? :)
> I suppose if a workshop has a simple project that's just for learning, 20
> bucks or so. But if the project starts to have use then people might be
> more interested.
> Ideas?
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