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Where can I learn Arduino? Answered

I've gotten my hands on an Arduino Uno R3, and I've learned how to use some basic things (Digital pins, a few sensors) but I don't know where to go next. Tutorials online are scattered pieces at different levels, so I don't know how to follow them. Does anybody know where I can find a place where I can start at the beginning and progress into harder projects slowly? Someday I'd like to be one of the people building amazing things with this board :D

Thanks!

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g3holliday
g3holliday

12 days ago

Look at the book "Arduino Workshop".

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JohanH44
JohanH44

15 days ago

Arduino really is about doing. Decide what to do, not what to learn. Something you manage with your present skills. Expand it just a little, enough to include something new to learn. That way you create a need for learning.

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Downunder35m
Downunder35m

18 days ago

Try the Arduino Playground.
Great place to find libraries and examples.
Quite often you will find a topic there that interest you and develop an idea what to do with it later.
Ideally you should find something that you like.
For example robotics, automation, wireless, lights, sensors....
A simple search with just Arduino and these added keywords brings up more than enough hits to keep you busy for a while ;)
If you have no clue what do to and where to go it will provide you good ideas to start with.

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Orngrimm
Orngrimm

19 days ago

I think it would be best if you think of a small project to do. Then, try to break it down into smaller and smaller Sub-problems.
Try to think about how to tackle each of those sub-sub-problems with code. www.Arduino.cc is a big help with its reference @ https://www.arduino.cc/reference/en/

A good kickstart is always the dummies-Series of books. Of course there is one on Arduino as well.

If you struggle on how to solve a certain detail, you can always ask here or even better in the forums of Arduino.cc