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1  Community / Products and Services / Re: The New Arduino Mega Mega on: April 01, 2014, 11:38:16 am
I have to have one.
Do you know the price yet?

Same price of the current Arduino Mega... x10   smiley
2  Community / Products and Services / The New Arduino Mega Mega on: April 01, 2014, 07:31:30 am
I'm pleased to introduce you the new Arduino Mega Mega, only available on Nudatech.com!
3  General Category / General Discussion / Arduino giveaway contest on: September 24, 2013, 09:47:34 am
Nudatech is running a giveaway contest where you can win one Arduino kit.
The contest has already been running for 6 days and now it's entered in the final day, sorry if I forgot to post here sooner, but you still have about 22 hours to enter.

For more details about the prize and how to enter check out the contest page.
4  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / 20 Arduino projects of 2013 on: July 24, 2013, 07:07:50 am
A list containing 20 Arduino projects released/published in the first 6 months of 2013.
All the projects are carefully selected preferring the ones with more info and details, making this list an useful and inspirational reference for Arduino users.

5  Topics / Education and Teaching / Book review: C Programming for Arduino on: July 19, 2013, 06:55:33 am
I wrote a book review of “C Programming for Arduino” written by Julien Bayle and published by Packt Publishing in March 2013.
6  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Controlling an RGB LED with Arduino on: July 15, 2013, 07:30:01 am
In this blog post I’m going to show you how to control an RGB LED (common anode) using an Arduino Uno and three push-buttons.

The post comes with pics, sketch code and a video.
7  Community / Products and Services / Nudatech new website on: June 03, 2013, 08:00:05 am
Hi, I’d like to share with you the opening of our website dedicated to Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other electronic components.

To celebrate this special occasion we’re offering you a 5% off your first purchase using the coupon: FOR5
Use it at checkout to get the discount, but hurry up, cause this special offer will end on Friday the 7th.

Any feedback is strongly appreciated, even better if you share the news with your friends!  smiley

http://www.nudatech.com
8  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: 20 Arduino projects of 2012 on: January 09, 2013, 08:33:14 pm
Glad you liked it guys  smiley

Makes me wish for a "vote for" or "submit candidate" feature. I am sure there are lots of cool things being done that deserve more attention and that can act as inspiration to us all.

Agree!
Something I noticed while digging the forum is that many projects posted in this section are totally ignored, and that's a shame.
9  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / 20 Arduino projects of 2012 on: January 08, 2013, 11:07:21 am
Not exactly my project, but a list of 20 Arduino projects made in 2012.

Hope you enjoy it.  smiley
10  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Re: Scrolling text on 16×2 LCD controlled by pushbuttons on: January 02, 2013, 07:06:04 am
Thanks Geoff, I'm glad you appreciated it! smiley

Maybe in a follow-up you could talk about how to use the push-buttons as active-low using the internal pull-ups?  That's a concept that initially, coming from a non-hardware background, I certainly didn't get.
I'm not sure I could make a better tutorial than the one on the Arduino website, but I'll consider it for one of the next projects. smiley

P.S.
sorry for the slow reply, but I went on holiday the day after I posted...
11  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / Scrolling text on 16×2 LCD controlled by pushbuttons on: December 19, 2012, 10:15:04 am
Example/tutorial about my latest project: Scrolling text on 16×2 LCD controlled by pushbuttons.

Nothing amazing, but It shows a couple of interesting features for Arduino beginners and it comes with pics, sketch code and a video.
12  Community / Exhibition / Gallery / my first project: light sensor and LEDs bar graph on: November 12, 2012, 03:33:45 pm
Hi everybody!

I've just published a blog post about my first Arduino project: a bar graph made of LEDs controlled by a light sensor.
I know it's nothing extremely fancy or original, but I needed something to start, so please bear with me  smiley-razz

Even if it's a quite simple project, I tried to show and share as much as possible, so it comes with pictures, the sketch code and a video.

Comments and questions are more than welcome.
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