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Arduino Step by Step: Getting Started
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I wear two hearing aids and I am greatly distracted from understanding the course content due to background synth sounds which impare the clarity of your voice. I simply could not take a course like this. I am 71 years old and need all the help I can get from a course clearly spoken.
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We all learn in different ways. However, after teaching Arduino workshops for years, I’d say that the quickest way is to learn by doing. My advise is to watch a ‘getting started’ video, which should get you to the point where you’re loading code onto an Arduino board. And then, to start ‘trying’ stuff. By this I mean connecting different components to the Arduino and trying to get them to work.
The biggest hurdle is to become a proficient programmer. That only comes by trial and (sometimes) error, so have a look at the built-in examples, and try to understand why code is written the way it is.
Inspiration for simple projects can be found on Instructables, Adafruit, and other resources (outdated as they may seem) on the sidebar.
P.S. This is based on my experience. I’m sure if you’re really dedicated, something from Coursera might help.
Also, keep in mind that Arduino programming doesn’t change much over time, so it’s perfectly fine to use seemingly outdated resources.
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