The Arduino and Electronics Bootcamp

Learn Electronics Basics, Arduino Platform and Ecosystem, Arduino C Programming, LED Chaser Programming
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (228 ratings)
14,679 students
The Arduino and Electronics Bootcamp
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (228 ratings)
14,679 students
Build projects with Arduino Uno
Understand what is the Arduino Platform and Ecosystem
Understand Digital Outputs
Detailed Tour of Arduino IDE and Settings
Work with simple and RGB LEDs
Work with LED Bar Display
Work with 7-Segment LED display
Prepare LED Chaser Circuits

Requirements

  • A Windows, Raspberry Pi, Mac, or Linux computer
  • An Arduino Uno
  • Electronic Parts like LEDs, Breadboards, and Jumper Wires
  • Burning desire to excel in personal and professional life
Description

Become a Master in Basic Electronics and Arduino. Acquire employers' one of the most requested skills of 21st Century! An expert level IoT professional can earn $100000 (that's five zeros after 1) in today's market.

This is the most comprehensive, yet straight-forward course for the Electronics basics and Arduino on Udemy! Whether you have never worked with Electronics before, already know basics of Programming, or want to learn the features of Arduino, this course is for you! In this course we will teach you Data Science with Arduino Basics, Arduino Ecosystem, Electronics, and Arduino IDE C Programming.

(Note, we also provide you Arduino C Code files, Fritzing Circuit Diagrams, and other PDFs)

With over 45 lectures and more than 3.5 hours of video this comprehensive course leaves no stone unturned in teaching you Arduino and Electronics Basics!

This course will teach you Arduino and Electronics Basics in a very practical manner, with every lecture comes a Arduino C programming video and a corresponding code file with Circuit diagram! Learn in whatever manner is the best for you!

We will start by helping you get Arduino IDE installed on your Windows computer and Raspberry Pi.

We cover a wide variety of topics, including:

  • What is a Microprocessor

  • Microcontroller, Families of Microcontrollers, and AVR microcontrollers

  • What is Arduino and Arduino Ecosystem + Other microprocessors and Microcontrollers in Arduino Family

  • Where to buy Original Arduino

  • Arduino Uno Specifications

  • Pins diagram of Arduino Uno

  • Arduino Uno Covers and Cases

  • Powering up Arduino Uno

  • Install Arduino IDE on Windows

  • Arduino IDE on Raspberry Pi

  • Setup Arduino IDE

  • Run your First Arduino Program

  • Brief Tour of Arduino IDE

  • Breadboards and Power supply

  • Jumper wires

  • LEDs and Resistors

  • RAB Holder

  • Blink External LED

  • Install Fritzing and use it

  • Use tinkercad

  • SOS

  • Alternate Blinking LEDs

  • Prepare a chaser Circuit

  • RGB LED

  • 7 Segment LED

  • Program a Counter Circuit

  • 10 segment LED Bar Graph


You will get lifetime access to over 45 lectures plus corresponding PDFs, Arduino C code files, and the circuit diagrams for the lectures!

So what are you waiting for? Learn Arduino and Electronics in a way that will advance your career and increase your knowledge, all in a fun and practical way!

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone older than 10 years of age
  • Anyone who wants to learn
Course content
8 sections • 49 lectures • 3h 52m total length
  • Course Objectives
    03:14
  • Course Contents and Topics Overview
    03:30
  • Microprocessors
    04:04
  • Microcontrollers
    01:42
  • What is Arduino
    13:51
  • Arduino Boards and Microcontrollers
    03:58
  • Arduino Compatibles, Clones, Derivatives, and Counterfeits
    11:31
  • My collection of Arduino Boards
    05:26
  • Arduino vs Raspberry Pi
    03:55
  • Important URLs
    00:03
  • Arduino Uno Board Specifications
    08:20
  • Arduino Uno Pin Description
    04:08
  • Arduino Uno Transparent Case
    01:38
  • Important URLs
    00:03
  • Power Up Arduino Uno
    05:10
  • Install Arduino IDE
    09:12
  • Our First Arduino Sketch
    20:59
  • A brief Tour of Arduino IDE, Menu, and Settings
    06:15
  • Breadboards and Power Supply
    07:24
  • Jumper Wires
    03:05
  • LEDs and Resistors
    07:52
  • RAB Holder
    02:52
  • Blink an External LED
    04:00
  • Install Fritzing
    10:23
  • Tinkercad
    05:24
  • SOS
    07:16
  • Blink LEDs alternatively - Method 1
    07:39
  • Blink LEDs alternatively - Method 2
    04:57
  • Wiring the chaser Circuit
    03:00
  • Chaser 1
    04:43
  • Chaser 2
    02:22
  • Chaser 3
    01:53
  • Chaser 4
    04:28
  • Chaser 5
    02:59
  • Basics of 7 Segment LED
    01:34
  • Testing 7 Segment LED Display Module
    01:53
  • Install an Arduino Library with Library Manager
    02:19
  • Program 7 Segment LED Display module with Arduino
    05:27
  • LED Bar Graph
    02:28
  • Programming LED Bar Graph with Arduino
    07:14
  • RGB LED
    02:39
  • RGB LED Programming with Arduino
    02:23
  • Arduino Nano
    05:28
  • Arduino Mini Pro
    07:20
  • Arduino Leonardo
    02:29
  • Arduino Mega
    03:52
  • Useful URLs for this section
    00:03
  • Code Bundle
    00:03
  • BONUS LECTURE
    00:03

Instructor
Science Popularizer | Programmer | Maker | Author
Ashwin Pajankar • 50,000+ Students Worldwide
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 1,877 Reviews
  • 59,851 Students
  • 30 Courses

Ashwin Pajankar is a Science Popularizer, a Programmer, a Maker, and an Author.


He has a Master of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering from International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (IIIT-H).  


Ashwin has published more than a dozen of books on Python Programming, Test Automation, Raspberry Pi, Computer Vision, Arduino, and Supercomputing with reputed global publishers like Packt, Apress, Leanpub, and BPB. He has reviewed five books on Data Mining, Machine Learning, Python 3 Programming, and Raspberry Pi for Packt. He has also reviewed a video course on Raspberry Pi for Packt.


He has earned many professional certifications in the areas of development, administration, and testing from Oracle, IBM, Informatica, Teradata, and ISTQB.


He has more than twenty five years of experience in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Programming, and Innovation. He started tinkering with electronics, home computers, programming, and science experiments at the tender age of 8. He began his programming journey with BASIC and Assembly Language of 8085 and x86 family. He has over a decade of work experience in a few big brands like Cisco Systems and Cognizant in technical roles. He also has worked in a couple of startups in technical leadership roles.


Ashwin has trained thousands of professionals on the topics like Python Programming, Test Automation, Innovation, and IoT.


He is committed to the vision of bringing Science and Technology education to masses. He has won several awards at university and workplaces for social initiatives and community service.