In Arduino 102, learn how to get started using Arduino hardware and software. Explore the practical applications of Arduino and build several different projects! This demonstration is most helpful for beginners with some programming experience. If you don't have experience programming, please consider taking the Arduino 101 workshop. If you've already taken Arduino 101, you may find Arduino 102 redundant. You will enjoy Advanced Arduino (Arduino 201) which covers more advanced topics.
Registrants will automatically have one Arduino kit reserved for them. Details for curbside pickup will be emailed after registration. If we run out of kits, we will let you know. Kits include 1 Arduino, 1 breadboard, 1 switch, 10 resistors, 2 photo-resistors, 8 jumper wires, and LED diodes.
If you plan to follow along with your own Arduino during class or cannot do curbside pickup, the comprehensive parts list can be found here: http://www.thekramers.net/papers/arduino/arduino_class_prep.pdf
Participants are encouraged to install Arduino IDE before the class (free): https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software