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I have put the materials on line for the Freeduino Spring Training class if you want to take a look. In these lessons you will find sample circuits for most of the things you might want to do with your Freeduino/Arduino. All of the code examples work and are debugged. Enjoy!

http://wiki.lvl1.org/Freediuino_Spring_Training

Brian

We'll be meeting tonight at Heine Bros in St. Matthews as usual. Lease details are being worked out for our new space on Broadway. We'll be planning details for our move in to the space. We'll also have a report from those who visited Maker Faire this past weekend.

As always; makers, hackers and curious bystanders are welcome to come check us out.

Tue, May 11, 2010, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
119 Chenoweth Lane, St Matthews, KY

The last round of space voting missed the "Go" vote on Hope Mills by only 1 vote! Could this next round tip the balance? A recent push for Okinawa Health Spa has made it a contender for the top spot. Could this challenger be a LVL1 game changer?! Come to the meeting tonight to find out!

Also, Brian has T-shirts!

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LVL1 is proud to announce it's latest class- the Freeduino Spring Training Workshop. Time and place is May 18, 2010 from 7-10 pm at the U of L Speed School Room 210. This workshop will help you learn the skills to be able to play with that shiny Arduino or Freeduino that you have been dying to figure out! Our coaches will step you through building several fun circuits that demonstrate how to interface your Arduino with LED's, LCD's, switches, sensors, potentiometers, motors and sound. After taking this class, you should be able to breadboard a circuit and then program your Arduino. We know this class will be a GRAND SLAM!

The cost of the workshop is $50 ($80 if you need a Freeduino). Besides the world class instruction, you will get your very own breadboard, several LED's (even a tri-colored one), a cool blue LCD display, a temperature sensor, a photo sensor, several switches, many resistors (with brightly colored bands!), a few potentiometers, a motor and a speaker... everything you need to batter up!

OK, enough with the cheezy baseball references. This highly requested workshop will be just what you need to get started learning electronics, bit-banging, embedded computer interfacing and programming. It is sure to be a h.. good time.

Sign up is easy. GO HERE!

Here is a copy of the flyer if you would like to read it, or post it somewhere. Hope to see you there!