Ever wonder what makes today’s tech tick? While you could spend a few years taking university courses in computer programming, electronics, and engineering, there’s a much more accessible and exciting way to bolster your technical knowledge. The Arduino Bootcamp can give you a crash course in creating your own tech projects, and it’s on sale for more than 80 percent off.
This project-based course is all about hands-on training. In about ten hours, you’ll learn how to build and prototype real electronics projects: whether you’re interested in developing your own Arduino car, creating an Arduino phone, making an online weather station, thinking up your own game projects, and much more. You’ll come to understand components like ultrasonic sensors, motor drivers, servos and transistors, and gain the confidence to start making your own projects.
The Arduino Bootcamp retails for $124 AUD, but you can get it on sale for $18 AUD [$15 USD].
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