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Arduino: The Complete 3 Books in 1 for Beginners, Intermediate and 19 Sample Designs and Codings and Advance Crash Guide in Arduino Programming

Narrated by: William Bahl
Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins
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Arduino is the resource guide you need to understand Arduino sketches at a fundamental level. After listening to this audiobook, you will be able to read and write your own sketches. You will acquire the knowledge and skills to write clean, effective code that is easy to use and easy to understand.

Through learning about all of the tools available to control the flow of your program, you will gain precision in the execution of your sketches, and this will give you the confidence that your program is doing what you intended it to do.

Discover the proper way to comment on your code to help not only yourself in the future, but your fellow enthusiasts in the Arduino community. Learn all of the most critical and the best practices you should know if you wish to write the best possible code and eliminate many potential problems through good habits.

Pick up Arduino: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learn and Understand Arduino Programming Effectively today and start building that digital toolbox to take your sketches to the next level!

  • Learn about programming syntax (structure) from a beginner's point of view.
  • Discover the proper way to use variables and constants and how to keep track of them in a clean and clear way.
  • Break down the "hello world" of circuit design for microcontrollers, the LED blink circuit. 
  • Find out what each piece of code means and does in your first ever program.
  • Learn about "logic statements" and how they are used to control the flow of your sketches. 
  • See actual examples and break them down line by line in detail.
  • Find out about the power of "for" loops to give you precise control over how you want to repeat certain tasks. 
  • Discover how arrays work and how they were made to compliment "for" loops for even greater precision and control over your sketch's routines.
  • See how you can use "logical switches" to create clean conditional statements that flow naturally and increase readability in your coding.
  • Discover the power of "user-defined functions" so you can start creating your own tools for your toolbox to solve all those problems in your sketches. 
  • Find out the best practices for your coding to have the cleanest, most effective code you can possibly create. 
  • Learn what it is that separates the "good" code from the "bad" code. 

Arduino programming is hard. There's a ton of information to learn and a whole lot to take in in order to get the most out of your Arduino programming suite. That's why you could use a resource like this one. This is the best audiobook on the market for learning Arduino programming, bar none.

©2018 Zach Webber (P)2018 Zach Webber

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Outstanding delivery of information: simple....

This book goes into much greater detail about exploiting the Arduino capabilities (power management, integration with one-wire and other types of physical interfaces, WiFi shields and much more). It is a perfect compliment to his earlier book and answered quite a few questions that I had as my Arduino skills have advanced.

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beginners guide

This is a great follow up effort from the last book. The Intermediate book goes into more detail and gives users with some basic arduino knowledge a little more meat to their skills. I highly recommend it!