You’re looking at the open source book with 150+ pages of simple to follow tutorials that will guide you into programming, electronics, design and DIY. This book was created by Makerland conference to give attendees an easy way to explore the content during the event and learn.
Makerland Tutorials will give you a chance to start your journey with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, quadcopter, 3D Modeling, wearable tech or home automation.
This book is not meant to be read in the armchair, with a cup of tea. It’s a “hands on” workbook to help you dive into the wonderful world of Internet of Things.
Makerland Tutorials is released under Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike (CC-NC-SA) license. All proceeds from this book are only covering the printing and production costs.
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