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Topic: Arduino 101 in Lynnwood, WA, November 3rd (Thursday) (Read 1 time) previous topic - next topic


Tyler Folsom will be teaching an Arduino 101 for beginning Arduino, at Team WIKISPEED's Lynnwood, WA facility. Email info@WIKISPEED.com for more information. Beer will be provided (for folks over 21).

Also, stay after to rock with WIKISPEED: WIKISPEED is looking for folks around the world to prototype various automotive systems, using Arduino shields, for the next iteration their collaboratively engineered 100 mpg commuter car (www.WIKISPEED.com). We need folks to solve simple and tricky problems, so any level of skill is perfect. Some tasks are moving servos and linear actuators, some are reading in potentiometers, some are reading in CAN bus, and some tasks are more complex. We also need at least one person in the Seattle area to wire shields according to what the remote teams describe, program them, and attach them to various automotive prototypes. Email info@WIKISPEED.com for more information!

WIKISPEED is an all volunteer team, currently 110 people in 7 countries, using agile project management to solve problems for social good. They have built a 104 mpg city, 114 mpg highway (U.S. EPA) gasoline commuter vehicle and are currently iterating it for comfortable commuter use.

Best, and hope to work with you soon,
Joe Justice
Team Lead
Agile Arduino for social good.

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