Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Hello, Arduino (Nerd Nite Austin)

777 views

Published on

Meet the tiny computer built for makers and crafters.
Take the first step in raising your robot army, and make software that interacts with the real world. The Arduino is a microcontroller designed to be welcoming to those new to programming and new to electronics. Sharon will show us what it is, what you can build with it, and how to get started.

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Hello, Arduino (Nerd Nite Austin)

  1. 1. Sharon CichelliGirlWritesCode.com@scichelli
  2. 2. by Luke Iseman
  3. 3. design by Martin Evans
  4. 4. by Mikal Hart
  5. 5. design by Maik Schmidt
  6. 6. What is it?• Microcontroller• IDE (Integrated Development Environment)• Community
  7. 7. What is it?• Microcontroller• IDE (Integrated Development Environment)• Community
  8. 8. IDE
  9. 9. What is it?• Microcontroller• IDE (Integrated Development Environment)• Community
  10. 10. What makes a project?• Code• Electronics• Crafts
  11. 11. What makes a project?• Code• Electronics• Crafts
  12. 12. Schematic
  13. 13. Breadboard
  14. 14. Breadboard
  15. 15. What makes a project?• Code• Electronics• Crafts
  16. 16. Learn electronics• Solderless electronics trainer kit• Solder kits• Learn.Adafruit.com• Keep a notebook• Ask other nerds
  17. 17. Learn electronics• Solderless electronics trainer kit• Solder kits• Learn.Adafruit.com• Keep a notebook• Ask other nerds
  18. 18. Learn electronics• Solderless electronics trainer kit• Solder kits• Learn.Adafruit.com• Keep a notebook• Ask other nerds
  19. 19. Learn electronics• Solderless electronics trainer kit• Solder kits• Learn.Adafruit.com• Keep a notebook• Ask other nerds
  20. 20. Learn electronics• Solderless electronics trainer kit• Solder kits• Learn.Adafruit.com• Keep a notebook• Ask other nerds
  21. 21. Learn to code• Getting Started with Arduino• Codecademy.com• Arduino Language Reference• Polyglot Programmers of Austin
  22. 22. Learn to code• Getting Started with Arduino• Codecademy.com• Arduino Language Reference• Polyglot Programmers of Austin
  23. 23. Learn to code• Getting Started with Arduino• Codecademy.com• Arduino Language Reference• Polyglot Programmers of Austin
  24. 24. Learn to code• Getting Started with Arduino• Codecademy.com• Arduino Language Reference• Polyglot Programmers of Austin
  25. 25. Inputs and outputs• Buttons • Infrared and RFID• Pressure, light, (Radio-Frequency magnetic field sensors Identification)• Temperature, • Lights, LCD displays, humidity sensors graphic displays• GPS (Global • Buzzers and audio Positioning System) • Motors• Wifi • Shields
  26. 26. by Jonathan Leistiko
  27. 27. GirlWritesCode.com@scichelli

×