Advice on programming.

Hi, I have noticed in my time of being a arduino user that people keep asking about good ways to get programming. Is there a site with good examples on using things like stepper motors and servos, sensors and other stuff like that. If not someone should start a site like this and have it include advice on becoming a better more efficient programmer. But my main question is does anyone know of a good site that has those!! I appreciate your time and have a wonderful day !!! :)

Here is a great start. http://gammon.com.au/

http://learn.adafruit.com/category/learn-arduino http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/index.html http://www.gammon.com.au/forum/bbshowpost.php?bbtopic_id=123

Believe it or not, you have found the end of the rainbow...For here is the "pot of gold" of Arduino programming info. There is a magic little tab atop this page called "Learning". If you dare scroll over it, a world of adventure awaits. Also, as if a gift from the gods there is a search bar...Just look up yonder to the right...also ask what you wish, it's free. 8) And as posted there are wise sages wondering around here with links to their domains.

Elac please. Most of us have read all of that. I am talking about better examples then that. For example, a tutorial on how to get two pieces of code to work together, troubleshoot errors, stuff like that. Google doesn't always have the answer. Just wanted to get a few links out there to help people learn. To the rest of you guys that suggested links I really appreciate it.

caleb121341: For example, a tutorial on how to get two pieces of code to work together, troubleshoot errors, stuff like that. Google doesn't always have the answer.

Google [u]always[/u] has the answer, if you ask the right question. For example, I remember a forum member asking for tips about combining sketches earlier in the year but I don't remember where the resulting article was posted. Google told me:

http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/CombiningArduinoSketches

You can probably guess what terms I searched for to find it.

Just playing abit. ;) tronixstuff JeremyBlum.com Arduino Your Home & Environment Freeduino A good site of links.