Beginner Microcontroller Workshop
Have you learned how to program and use microcontrollers in the past? If you have some experience but are interested in learning more, this event is for you! This workshop is intended for beginners who do not have too much experience with microcontrollers.
In this workshop, you will learn about the general structure of microcontrollers and receive a free microcontroller you can keep after the session is over. Flash memory is where the program is stored, the microprocessor is what executes the code, and the RAM (Random Access Memory) is where variables and objects are stored. In addition, you will learn about Arduino programming using C++. In this section, the main goal will be to make several LEDs blink and use other components for input and output.
- Arduino nano
- MicroUSB cable
- Jumper Wires
FREE STUFF. FREE MICROCONTROLLERS. FREE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
Location: IS 203