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Fritzing Computational Thinking for Educators - Course Simple Arduino Uno Projects For Beginners - Step-by-Step Tutorial In this tutorial, we’re going to help you create a few simple arduino projects that are perfect for beginners. These basic projects will help you understand how to set up the Arduino software and then connect the components to perform a specific action. If you’re completely brand new to Arduino, make sure you download our free ebook below. This guide was created for the absolute beginner and will help you to understand the Arduino board along with its parts and components. FREE EBOOK (PDF) – Ultimate Beginners Guide To Arduino In order to complete the projects in this tutorial, you’ll need to make sure you have the following items. Arduino Uno BoardBreadboard – half sizeJumper WiresUSB CableLED (5mm)Push button switch10k Ohm Resistor220 Ohm Resistor Need the parts? At this point, we’re ready to download the free software known as the IDE. You can find the latest version of this software on the Arduino IDE download page. Take some time to look around and get comfortable with it. Required Parts

Learn Python the Hard Way - Read for Free This exercise has no code. It is simply the exercise you complete to get your computer to run Python. You should follow these instructions as exactly as possible. Warning If you do not know how to use PowerShell on Windows, Terminal on OS X or bash on Linux then you need to go learn that first. Do the following tasks to complete this exercise: Go to with your browser, get the Atom text editor, and install it.Put Atom (your editor) in your dock so you can reach it easily.Find your Terminal program. OS X: What You Should See Here's me doing this on my OS X computer in Terminal. Last login: Sat Apr 24 00:56:54 on ttys001 ~ $ python Python 2.5.1 (r251:54863, Feb 6 2009, 19:02:12) [GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)] on darwin Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> quit()~ $ mkdir mystuff ~ $ cd mystuff mystuff $ ls # ... Go to with your browser, get the Atom text editor, and install it. Windows: What You Should See

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