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Nuts & Volts Magazine (January 2014)
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The Arduino Classroom: Arduino 101

By Joe Pardue

Even though the Internet is flowing with tutorials on how to use the Arduino microcontroller, sometimes it’s nice to have everything put together into an easy-to-follow introductory course. That’s what we’ve done here.

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