9HB623Y Electronics for Inventors: Arduino and Soldering

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Bring your inventions to life! Using Arduino platform, you'll get an intro into prototyping, designing circuits and programming electronics to shine lights, read sensors, make sounds, move motors and respond to switches. Bring a laptop. 

This class puts you on the path to start inventing creations through affordable electronic microcontrollers, hackable off-the-shelf products and "stuff" from China. It provides hands-on entry into programming and piecing together parts for physical computing useful to artists, electronic hobbyists, entry engineering students, technical engineering professionals and energy engineering technicians and hobbyists. This is an intro to Arduino, micropython, accelerometers, soldering, and simple programming. Arduino/micropython is an easy, open-source combination of hardware and software that's free and programmable from any type of computer. We'll program in micropython that's close to native python. This language will continue to be useful in whatever technical field you continue to study. Visit www.pcc.edu/staff/thomas.hudson16 for a class outline and supply list.

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List of classes for 9HB623Y Electronics for Inventors: Arduino and Soldering
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15430 CA TH 101
Saturday
from 9 to 11:50am

From January 18 through January 25, 2020
Instructor: Thomas C Hudson
Tuition: $45.00 Fees: $30.00
Notes: Supply list: www.pcc.edu/staff/thomas.hudson16