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New series! Arduino Lessons by Simon Monk & Ladyada in the Adafruit Learning system

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We’re pleased to announce we are updating all our Arduino tutorials with a new series! Arduino Lessons by Simon Monk & Ladyada in the Adafruit Learning system (learn.adafruit.com)! Simon is one of the best educational writers in the world and we also stock his fantastic book(s) here in the Adafruit store! Check back each day for a NEW lesson!

Today’s first lesson is, Arduino Lesson 1. Blink. In this lesson, you will learn how program your Arduino to make the Arduino’s built-in LED blink.

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2 Comments

  1. First lesson looks great. Since I’m really new with the Arduino, These will be very helpful to me.

  2. Bravo! It is the wealth of info on Adafruit products that has me continue to order your products. I do not have to go into a data sheet to try and code an interface, often you have examples and libraries to show the functionality and I can focus on making the actual project (usually hooking up two or three items to make something that much cooler). The best thing is you make your information better over time which is important as things like the Arduino revisions change or the Pi comes out, you go back and show how they fit in. Thank you 🙂

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