[Lvlug] Fw: [lugip] May be of interest: Make:Princeton - free
Arduino micropressor lab/class Wednesday night
seanders at Princeton.EDU
Tue Dec 2 10:28:05 EST 2008
I am not a member of the make:princeton group so I don't know anything
about it, but schedule-permitting, I'll try to go. The meters should be
free after 7pm, if I'm not mistaken. I can't offer to carpool because
I'll be in Princeton already. And I wouldn't recognize anybody as I
haven't been to any meetings (been here in princeton) but feel free to
let me know if you're coming.
Faber J. Fedor said the following on 12/2/2008 10:08 AM:
> ----- Forwarded message from Jon Abolins <linux at meydaonline.com> -----
> From: Jon Abolins <linux at meydaonline.com>
> To: "LUGIP/listserv" <lugip at lugip.org>
> Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 23:08:25 -0500
> Subject: [lugip] May be of interest: Make:Princeton - free Arduino
> micropressor lab/class Wednesday night
> The Arduino is "an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on
> flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists,
> designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or
> The Princeton:Make group is having a free class on the Arduino microcontroller
> this Wednesday night on the Princeton Univ. campus. More info below.
> J.D. Abolins
> >From a Make:Princeton announcement...
> The people have spoken, and they want to learn microcontrollers. We at
> MAKE:Princeton will deliver.
> At our next meeting, we are offering a free class on the Arduino
> microcontroller. Topics will include: Basic I/O - making lights blink,
> reading buttons and knobs; motors - steppers and servos; television -
> driving an NTSC signal with an Arduino. No prior programming or
> electronics experience is required, we'll cover all the basics. And if
> you have your own Arduino (or other microcontroller) projects to show
> off, feel free to bring those too.
> We're hoping for a big turn-out, so bring your friends and spread the
> The meeting will happen next Wednesday, 10 December 2008 from 7--9pm
> in room 039 of East Pyne Hall, on Princeton campus.
> Some of you asked if there was more parking available near the
> meetings. There are some metered parking spaces along Nassau street,
> very close to the meeting. Also, there are some free parking spaces
> along Witherspoon St. Failing both of those options, the University
> has some parking lots that are free to visitors after 5pm; lot #10 on
> this map may be your best bet among the PU lots.
> See you there!
> For more options, visit this group at
> Arduino project page: http://www.arduino.cc/
> Lugip mailing list
> Lugip at lugip.org
> LUG/IP Hardware Sig meets first Tuesday of the month at the Hamilton Public Library at 7pm
> LUG/IP meets Second Wednesday of the month at the Lawrence Headquarters Branch of the Mercer County Library at 7pm
> LUG/IP Coffee Klatch meets on the fourth Sunday of the month at the Panera Bread in West Windsor near Target at 8am
> For more information go to http://www.lugip.org
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