July 09, 2017

Skill Sunday: Troubleshooting Arduino Projects

If you have ever used Arduino in one of your projects it is likely that you have experienced the frustration of your code failing to upload to your board, your sketch not running as you imagined, or your project failing after a subtle breadboarding error! Fortunately with some patience and a systematic approach to troubleshooting, these problems can usually be easily overcome.  Indeed, Brock Craft has put together a great guide on how you can troubleshoot basic problems with your Arduino projects. Brock’s guide provides some great suggestion about where you should start looking for errors in both your hardware and software and can be found at the following link.


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Experimenter's Kit

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