February 21, 2011

Getting Started with Arduino Ethernet Course

Want your letterbox to email you whenever the postman has been? Need a clock to show you where your loved ones are? Or a glowing multi-coloured ambient orb to show your energy usage?

Given that I've been working with the Arduino and Ethernet for a couple of years now, when the guys at Madlab asked me to run a more advanced Arduino course, something based on the Internet of Things seemed a no-brainer.

So this Friday I'm running a course to take you through getting your Arduino connected via Ethernet and then talking to a variety of services including Pachube and, of course, Twitter.

It should be a fun and informative day, and you'll get an Ethernet shield and a bunch of components, and a load of example code to take home. There are still some spaces left, so head over to the Madlab Omniversity Internet of Things course page to sign up.

Posted by Adrian at February 21, 2011 11:17 AM | TrackBack

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