This book delves into the Arduino platform, in particular, the Arduino UNO, however all sketches should work fine with any Arduino platform. The primary goal of this book is to present the material in such a way to build upon itself so the reader can start with the basics and move onto more advanced topics. Another goal of the book was to try and use readily available parts which might be found at a local electronics store. In some cases, I had to order materials from online sellers however I tried to keep it to a minimum when possible. This book covers installing and getting started with the Arduino IDE and then building sketches to exercise a number of the features of the platform. Chapters include Input, Output, Interrupts, I/O expansion, and more. All sketches used in the book are available for download from the GitHub repository under the user name, milligan22963. Enjoy and let me know what you like and/or didn't like. If you have any questions or need assistance with any of the sketches, please email me using the link inside of the book. I have placed my email address in the first chapter for easy access.Über den Autor:
As a working software engineer with many years of programming experience, I am quite familiar with embedded and system software architecture. I have a bachelors degree in Computer Engineering Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. I have worked on locomotive brake systems, networking equipment, slot machines, and most recently Bluetooth testing devices. My experience covers low level assembly for the Z80 processor to C++/C# programming of Windows Server applications and multi-platform systems. I am an avid photographer specializing in landscape photography. I enjoy writing software and writing books and really enjoy when I can bring all of my interests together into a project.
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