Michael Margolis’ “Arduino Cookbook”

I just bought a copy of Michael Margolis’ “Arduino Cookbook” from O’Reilly Press, and it almost makes this blog feel redundant. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for as a teacher – snippets of code to let you do just about anything you want with the Arduino board. I haven’t had time to go through it in depth, but if your priority is to get your project up and running rather than learning how to code from the Arduino reference webpage, this book is for you. Very highly recommended.


2 responses to “Michael Margolis’ “Arduino Cookbook”

  1. HI, As Phil mentions, Your information on this site is quite helpful for me, for I have been struggling to find very basic tutorials and your site has given me loads of hope and the ideas to pursue further with learning further. So, please dont stop publishing tutorials such as these on your site and believe there are loads of people, who shall find this site useful

  2. What you do is certainly not redundant. You, I, and others are working hard to bring a new era of Physics to the classroom where students are able to utilize programming and technology to explore their world. Keep up the great work and thanks for the tip!

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