Adafruit Arduino Selection Guide: Which Arduino is right for me? #ArduinoD14
Arduino Day 2014 is this Saturday March 29th. There’s still time to get started on your first Arduino project and this handy guide from the Adafruit Learning System will help you find the perfect Arduino to suit your needs. Don’t forget to tune in this Saturday at 7 PM EST for Adafruit’s LIVE show with special guest Massimo Banzi, co-founder and CEO of Arduino!
There are many different Arduino and Arduino Compatible microcontroller boards. Which one is right for your needs? This guide will help you to select a board that best fits your project requirements and/or level of expertise. Whether you are just learning the ropes or have specific project requirements in mind, the Adafruit Arduino Selection Guide can help you to make the right choice.
March 29th is Arduino Day 2014! Arduino day is “a worldwide event bringing together Arduino people and projects. It’s 24 hours full of events – both official and independent, anywhere around the world – where people interested in Arduino can meet, share their experiences, and learn more.” Adafruit will be celebrating with 24 hours of Arduino posts on our blog as well as a special Saturday night LIVE show with Massimo Banzi, co-founder and CEO of Arduino. Join us Saturday, March 29th at 7 PM EST to celebrate Arduino Day 2014! Be sure to check out our extensive learning system tutorials on Arduino as well as our Arduino blog coverage and products.
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