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Evekites

Mar 10, 2014, 10:57 pm Last Edit: May 08, 2014, 09:38 am by Evekites Reason: 1
My name is Erik Verberne and I work in the Netherlands at ROC A12 as a teacher ICT Management. At my department we also teach Application Developers. In December 2013 I decided to investigate whether it would be interesting for our Application Developers to take a minor in the subject Embedded Software and specifically Arduino. So I bought some Arduino boards and a couple of sensors and actuators to experiment with. I soon found out that I needed to document my findings. This document is the result of that documentation. Since Arduino is open source, I decided to donate this document to other Arduino fans in the world. As long as it is clear that I'm the author of this document, you can use this document for any non-commercial or educational projects.

I derived and simplified most sketches from samples that came with the corresponding libraries. Most schematics and most photographs are my own work.

Have fun with it. I certainly enjoyed writing it.

I updated the link at may 8th 2014:  http://bit.ly/eve_arduino

Leave a note here, if you pick up this document from my dropbox. It's is my working document, so I'll keep working on it. Come back and check the newest version. I'll try to build a blog to publish my documentation and will notify you all when it's there.  In the mean time, you can download the newest versions from my dropbox.

Erik Verberne

Netcastle

hello,

I downloaded the file.
thanks

Ronald

ODwyerPW

This was very nice of you to share!!

I'm at the planning stages of opening a MakerSpace here in Alamos, Sonora, Mexico. Anthing we build that requires a heart/brain will use Arduino. Material like this is really helpful.

Do you have any objection to us making Spanish translations of this material? (of course we will make it availble to all.).
Quiero una vida simple en Mexico...nada mas.

Evekites


Do you have any objection to us making Spanish translations of this material? (of course we will make it availble to all.).


As long as my name is mentioned as original author, I will be honoured if you translate my work.

robtillaart

Rob Tillaart

Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -
(Please do not PM for private consultancy)

kempes406

Thanks for sharing ! Great document for beginners.

uxomm


Zapro

Wow. Good work!

Thank you for sharing it!

// Per.

LarryD

Appreciate all the work you are doing.
Thanks for sharing it with the community!

The way you have it in your schematic isn't the same as how you have it wired up!

mcongosto


jackerbes

Hello, 

Thanks for the wonderful gesture!  I've only had a board for a few days now and this is just what I was looking for! 

I have a Freaduino UNO V1.8.2 board and am just getting started so this is going to be very helpful. 

As a question, if we find errors or things that do not work (like broken links, etc.) would you like us to post that here or send it to you as an email or PM.  If you prefer, I'll do nothing at all of course. 

Thanks again, 

Jack

Evekites

Hi Jackerbes,

If you think others could benefit from errors you've found in my document, or if you think this could start some interesting discussion, please post them at the forum. If not, you can send me a PM.

With regards,

Erik Verberne

liudr

Thank you! Karma for you (everybody come on!)

terryking228

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I'm at the planning stages of opening a MakerSpace here in Alamos, Sonora, Mexico. Anthing we build that requires a heart/brain will use Arduino. Material like this is really helpful.


Also feel free to use / translate / adapt the ArduinoInfo.Info WIKI HERE:  I am just starting up the Arduino part of http://generatorvermont.com/ and we will be developing more MakerSpace specific materials.

Let me know if I can help with info and materials.  Any MakerSpace can get the 10% Educational discount from YourDuino.com HERE: Just email me.
Regards, Terry King terry@yourduino.com  - Check great prices, devices and Arduino-related boards at http://YourDuino.com
HOW-TO: http://ArduinoInfo.Info

jwbaronvanheemstra

Beste Erik

Ben geinteresseerd maar de link is dood?

Met vriendelijke groet,

Jan Willem Heemstra

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