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MakerBasics: introduction to Arduino
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Arduino is an open source electronics prototyping platform that enables anyone to put together electronic components to make interactive devices with a few lines of code. This workshop is an introductory class about the Arduino software and how to connect basic electronic circuits. This class is a prerequisite for the Arduino Advanced classes.

WHAT TO BRING: Your laptop with the Arduino software:

If you require help with this, please come early to the workshop and contact the Level 2 desk at Library at the  Dock.

Where: Library at The Dock
Ages: Ages 12+

Phone: 03 9658 9379

Have questions about MakerBasics: introduction to Arduino? Contact Melbourne Library Docklands Technology Team

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Library at The Dock, Performance Space
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Melbourne, VIC 3008


Melbourne Library Docklands Technology Team

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The City of Melbourne established the Melbourne Library Service to better serve the communities that live, work and study in Australia's fastest growing capital city.

The Melbourne Library offers a huge range of Technology workshops, you can find them all here:

Library at The Dock 9658 9379

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