The future of everything is do-it-yourself, from neat little time-saving projects to the autonomous vehicles of the future. And underlying all this futuristic tech will be modest little technology like the Arduino board. The Ultimate Arduino Coding Power Course Bundle will help you master the technology underlying the future, from first principles to bigger concepts. The bundle is listed at $2,600, and on sale for just $39.99 now.
Little Board, Big Power
The 13 courses in the bundle are taught by Edouard Renard, who used Arduino to build a robot arm from scratch in 2016 as part of his robotics startup, and the team at Educational Engineering, including founder Ashraf Said, who design step-by-step courses to give you practical, effective skills in engineering fields.
So what is Arduino? It’s a collection of microcontrollers that are easy to program and wire into various sensors to bring projects to life. Whether you’re building your own electronics, or want to make project “smart," knowing Arduino can elevate your work. This bundle shows you how, from first principles to bigger concepts.
Building With Arduino
If you're completely new to Arduino and microcontrollers, you can start with a complete course for beginners that will take you through everything you need to know. You can follow it up with a complete course that walks you through over 30 projects, including building your own robot.
From there, it's up to you. Learn how the boards are coded with courses in object-oriented programming and simulating the boards before you buy them. Build a piano or your own radar detector in independent projects. Discover how you can wire Arduino to other popular maker tools like the Raspberry Pi. You can even explore how to build your own custom boards and components to suit your project. You can also start building more advanced robots with courses in ROS 2, the Robot Operating System.
Get the Ultimate Arduino Coding Power Course Bundle for $39.99 (reg. $2600).
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