Arduino Workshop 2018 | A step-by-step Arduino how-to guide

Learn how to use Arduino, we'll teach you how to code and prototype with electronics.
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (6,074 ratings)
92,379 students
Arduino Workshop 2018 | A step-by-step Arduino how-to guide
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (6,074 ratings)
92,379 students
Understand what an Arduino is and how it works
Learn how to use an Arduino safely
Program your Arduino using code that you've written in the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
Learn programming concepts using C and C++ along with Arduino specific programming
Understand best practice concepts for programming and prototyping
Use a wide variety of hardware and components and prototype your projects using a breadboard
Build your own innovative project with Arduino

Requirements

  • Have a passion to learn how to use Arduino as a Maker

Description

Arduino has become one of the pillars of the maker movement thanks to it's wonderful design and ease of use. With that said, learning to code and work with electronics can be a little intimidating. We're here to help! Our course will walk you through each step of the process and by the end you will be empowered with new skills, ready to build your own projects.

It's important to note that we're literally full time makers and educators, so expect quick answers, high engagement and a rewarding learning experience.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone whom would like to get started with digital electronics and build their own projects

Course content

6 sections • 34 lectures • 4h 12m total length
  • Introduction to Arduino
    00:45
  • What is Arduino
    02:16
  • What is a Microcontroller
    03:42
  • The Arduino Uno
    01:10
  • Arduino IDE and the Language
    01:41
  • Powering and Connecting Your Arduino
    00:56
  • "Hello World" Example
    04:49

Instructor

A team of Creative Technologists
Core Electronics
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 10,285 Reviews
  • 151,076 Students
  • 3 Courses

I'm Graham - the founder of Core Electronics. I have been learning, educating and making for over 15 years. Twelve of those were as an Avionics Technician in the Royal Australian Air Force, maintaining fighter jets and in deeper level maintenance workshops. A technically demanding job with broad exposure to many facets of electronics, which led to mentoring and educating others as a senior technician.

During that time (in 2007) I founded "Core Electronics" in Australia which has evolved to become a leading retailer for maker electronics and educational resource for tens of thousands of makers.

In 2016 we launched "Knowledge Factory" in Newcastle (Australia) - a space where we hold free community workshops to walk people over the hurdles with maker tech such as Arduino, 3D Printing and Raspberry Pi. Wonderful!

At every leg of my journey, I've been compelled to learn new skills and help others with their projects. We're now on Udemy and we look forward to helping so many others around the world.