Introduction to Arduino: A Piece of Cake
by Alan Smith
Publisher: IntroToArduino.com 2011
Number of pages: 172
This book is different than many Arduino books in that it expects no previous knowledge in electronics or programming. Instead of going into depth teaching those topics, the book teaches only enough so that you can make things ...
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