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Gadgets and hardware: Introduction to Programming Small Devices, Nov 23 #128

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SaraMati opened this Issue Oct 3, 2017 · 6 comments

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SaraMati commented Oct 3, 2017

We will be introduced to the Arduino open source microcontroller development system and build a device using the Adafruit ESP8266 Feather Huzzah [https://www.adafruit.com/product/2821], a postage stamp sized 80MHz WiFi computer with stackable peripherals (called 'Wings'), that uses 1/2 Watt.

Where: BL520 (http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/006A)
When: November 23, 6-7:30pm
Instructor: @bksutherland
What to bring: Your laptop (more will be posted closer to the date if needed)

@SaraMati SaraMati changed the title from Gadgets and hardware: Introduction to Programming Small Devices to Gadgets and hardware: Introduction to Programming Small Devices, November 23 Oct 3, 2017

@SaraMati SaraMati changed the title from Gadgets and hardware: Introduction to Programming Small Devices, November 23 to Gadgets and hardware: Introduction to Programming Small Devices, Nov 23 Oct 3, 2017

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Hi Everyone, this event has limited space so if you're interested in attending, it will be first come first served basis via email to uoftcoders@gmail.com with the subject line "Gadgets and Hardware RSVP". We will reply to let you know if you have a spot.

Thanks in advance, and note that this event is NOT held in MP408. It will be held in BL520 (Claude T Bissell Building 5th floor (http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/006A)

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Hi Everyone, this event has limited space so if you're interested in attending, it will be first come first served basis via email to uoftcoders@gmail.com with the subject line "Gadgets and Hardware RSVP". We will reply to let you know if you have a spot.

Thanks in advance, and note that this event is NOT held in MP408. It will be held in BL520 (Claude T Bissell Building 5th floor (http://map.utoronto.ca/utsg/building/006A)

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Hello, All:
Here are the session notes to browse through, see you in BL520 at 6.

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Programming_Small_Devices.pdf

bksutherland commented Nov 23, 2017

Hello, All:
Here are the session notes to browse through, see you in BL520 at 6.

B. Sutherland

Programming_Small_Devices.pdf

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If you're using your own computer, download the Arduino IDE from https://www.arduino.cc/: > Software > Download the IDE

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mbonsma commented Nov 23, 2017

If you're using your own computer, download the Arduino IDE from https://www.arduino.cc/: > Software > Download the IDE

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@bksutherland Thanks so much for leading this workshop, it was fantastic! Inspired by yesterday's event and in the spirit of black Friday, I am on the hunt for a microcontroller starter kit. Do you have one that you would recommend? You mentioned that the upgraded version of the ones we used yesterday were still pretty cheap, is that a good place to start?

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joelostblom commented Nov 24, 2017

@bksutherland Thanks so much for leading this workshop, it was fantastic! Inspired by yesterday's event and in the spirit of black Friday, I am on the hunt for a microcontroller starter kit. Do you have one that you would recommend? You mentioned that the upgraded version of the ones we used yesterday were still pretty cheap, is that a good place to start?

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Perfect! Thanks for the detailed response @bksutherland! I will look into buying one this afternoon, fun! =)

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joelostblom commented Nov 24, 2017

Perfect! Thanks for the detailed response @bksutherland! I will look into buying one this afternoon, fun! =)

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