November 28, 2013

NEW PRODUCT - "Arduino Workshop - A Hands-On Introduction with 65 Projects”

If you've been looking for an approachable, easy to read book to learn about Arduino, or as a gift for someone else - you can't go past "Arduino Workshop -  A Hands-On Introduction with 65 Projects” by John Boxall. Arduino Workshop takes the reader from having zero knowledge about the Arduino platform, electronics and programming and leaves them with the know-how and instructions on everything from blinking an LED, to robotics, wireless data, cellular communications, Internet connected systems and more. 

The reader learns by working through 65 projects - each of which include detailed explanations, clear images and plans, and all the code is explained. Electronics theory and practice is also explained, leaving no stone unturned in the possibilities of the Arduino platform. Finally all of the projects can be completed without soldering if necessary, so it's safe for people of all ages. 

To find out more or to order Arduino Workshop, including the table of contents and a free sample chapter for you to download - visit the product page. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.

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