[Lab] Arduino Workshop Progress
justin at slootsky.org
Fri Mar 21 16:11:33 EDT 2014
Thank you everybody who is interested in this workshop. When Darcy and I were talking, we envisioned that this first course was going to be a truly beginner's workshop. If you've run blink on an Arduino, you might already be too advanced. If you've built any other project on an Arduino, you're definately too advanced.
Your interest is exciting though, it tells us that our thoughts might be along the right lines. We already have ideas for future workshops that will build upon what this one teaches, and those *will* be suitable for someone who has run blink or their own simple project before.
Olaf: Considering that you have already built projects, what types of things were you hoping to get out of a workshop? We can keep this in mind for our later, advanced sessions.
----- Original Message -----
| From: "Darcy Whyte" <darcy at inventorArtist.com>
| To: "lab" <lab at artengine.ca>
| Sent: Friday, March 21, 2014 8:25:47 AM
| Subject: [Lab] Arduino Workshop Progress
| So far I have two collaborators and two guinea pigs for testing.
| I had hoped to run the trial run this week but it might be the upcoming week.
| But the concept is considerable shaped up after a meeting with Justin last
| night: http://inventorartist.com/learn-arduino/
| Darcy Whyte
| Art+ inventorArtist.com | Aviation rubber-power.com
| Contact: darcy at inventorArtist.com | 613-563-3634 by appointment (no text)
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