On Saturday 20 April within the CommonsFest we celebrate also the Hardware Freedom Day. An initiative brought to life by the Digital Freedom Foundation to educate the worldwide public about the benefits of using and promoting Open Hardware.
The first BreadboArduino is ready, tested and beautiful!
During the Arduino workshop the participants will receive one Arduino clone built up on a standard 400-point prototyping breadboard. The first steps with the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment) will be taught. The classic Blink program will be the first software to run on the BreadboArduino. Later, more interesting programs such as a Light-Theremin or a secret knock detector are on the menu. Come and join the fun! Participation is free – both free as in beer and free as in freedom! At the end of the workshop you will be able to purchase the BreadboArduino for the mere cost of its components. Continue reading Arduino Workshop