Coding Bootcamp: Arduino Lab

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Community Library of DeWitt & Jamesville
Hive Makerspace

Event Details

Arduino is an easy-to-use electronics controller that works with inputs and outputs to perform tasks assigned by the user. The Arduino software is great for beginners and flexible enough for advanced users.

In this exciting, hands-on workshop participants will use the Library’s Arduino kits to learn more about how Arduino works, how they can use Python with Arduino and the possibilities of what Arduino can do.

Join Women in Coding as their experts introduce you to the basics of Arduino with hands-on instruction and help.

This program is open to adults and teens, 6th grade and up and will be taught at a beginner level.

Registration Required. You must register separately for the Intro to Python.

About Women in Coding: Since 2016, Women in Coding has been hosting monthly classes and workshops across the region. The group was founded to make coding resources and opportunities more accessible. The group has developed a large network of teachers and mentors across a wide-variety of coding-related topics.

Event Type(s): Computer Instruction, Maker / DIY
Age Group(s): Teens, Adults, Seniors
Presenter: Josh Wright from Women in Coding

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