Dear Lady Ada,
I live in Germany and I’m 71 years old. I’m a Ham Radio Amateur and in my local club, we are starting with the Arduino Uno. To get some information and learn how to play with the Arduino I looked to the web and found your homepage and your tutorials. I want to thank you very much for these tutorials. I like them. You did a very great job. You have a manner to explain things, so that everyone understands it and you do it with an humorous eye-twinkle. Also thanks for the lot of pictures and diagrams.
Lothar from old Germany
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