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.