How to write code to access digital and analog inputs and outputs
How to write their own functions
How to use arrays and strings
An Arduino Uno and USB cable
Optionally a multimeter and wire
This course is intended for the Arduino beginner who wants to learn how to write code for their Arduino. The course concentrates on how to program your Arduino rather than electronics and is based on my best selling book Programming Arduino: Getting Started with Sketches.
The course explains in simple terms what is meant by a program and then leads the participant in a step-by-step manner through the process of writing their first sketch (Arduino program). The course lectures are supplemented with exercises to reinforce the participants understanding.
After completing this course you will be able to write simple programs for your Arduino and will have learnt a fair bit about the C programming language that Arduino uses.
Who this course is for:
Beginner Arduino users new to programming
Electronics hobbyists wanting to learn how to program a microcontroiller
Students and educators interested in embedded software
Simon Monk has authored some 25 titles on Programming and Electronics. His books have sold over 650,000 copies and have been translated into nine languages. He also designs products for MonkMakes the business he runs with his wife manufacturing electronics kits and accessories for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BBC micro:bit.