[Lab] Arduino Day

Pascal Rapicault pascal at rapicault.net
Sun Mar 30 16:27:42 EDT 2014

+1 on the idea of pre-setup day to get the computers up and running.
However having multiple sessions to do it means that in one class you 
will have people at different stage of the curriculum. Is that what you 

Also, what dates would you consider for running the actual workshop? I 
personally find the week ends better because my son can tag along.


On 30/03/2014 6:47 AM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
> Thanks everyone for coming out. Yesterday was really fun: 
> http://inventorartist.com/arduino-day/
> I think running these sessions regularly would be a necessity for 
> people who want to learn Arduino. So let's do it!
> The first "very beginner arduino workshop" is almost ready to run: 
> http://inventorartist.com/learn-arduino/
> One thing I learned yesterday was that some laptops may be sticky to 
> set up. Originally I was thinking that the absolute beginner Arduino 
> course would have an hour social before to allow everyone to help each 
> other to get set up.
> Yesterday I had the idea that people could attend the Jam Sessions to 
> get their computers set up. That way if there computer is sticky or 
> they really want a lot of help, they could attend multiple sessions 
> until they're comfortable rather than being stuck on a timeline to be 
> ready in 1h.
> What do you think?
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> Darcy Whyte
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