Arduino Programming for absolute beginners using Arduino UNO

Join the Arduino maker revolution. Learn Arduino Programming ,Electronics , sensors and basics of Arduino UNO.


Sometimes tiny open-source Arduino microcontrollers can spark the global revolution.

Today thousands of students, learners, makers, hobbyists, engineers, creators, and non-engineers create interactive projects using a credit card-sized microcontroller named Arduino UNO.

No programming, electronics, and robotics are required for this course. All you need is passion, a stable internet connection, and an Arduino UNO.

An effective way to learn is by building Arduino projects. There is no limit to creating the more you make, the more creative and innovative you will become.

This is an Arduino project-based learning course. You will learn about the Arduino microcontroller, some sensors, and some input and output devices.

We follow the learn differently methodology – Connect, code, and create

Join the maker revolution.

Who this course is for:

  1. Students, Engineers, Developers, Hobbyists, and makers
  2. Software developers who want to discover the electronics/hardware world
  3. Anyone with hardware project ideas who want to bring them to the world.
  4. It’s a beginner-friendly course.
  5. No prior coding and electronics knowledge is required for this course.
  6. Students over 10 years of age, or younger with adult supervision.
  7. The projects covered in this course are best for students who are starting their Arduino programming journey for the first time.

What will you learn?

  • Understand the basics of electronic components and how they work.
  • Learn how to prototype Arduino projects.
  • Creating simple circuits on a breadboard
  • Interfacing of the sensor with Arduino UNO.
  • How to solve real-world problems by using the concepts of coding and electronics.
  • Practical and project-based learning
  • Understand the basics of Arduino Programming.
  • Be a confident Arduino maker.
  • How to use multimeter measure – current, voltage, resistance.
  • Learn differently – Connect, code, create.

Requirements :

  • Excitement and dedication to learning Arduino UNO and Arduino coding.
  • Laptop / PC with Windows, Mac, Linux
  • Electronics components resistor, potentiometer, breadboard connecting wires, buzzer.
  • Ultrasonics sensor, IR sensor, Photoresistor sensor, Arduino, Arduino cable
  • Good internet connectivity
  • Arduino IDE
  • Essential tools are a multimeter, soldering iron, solder, and wire cutter.

Who this course is for:

  • Students, Engineers, Developers, Hobbyists, and makers
  • Software developers who want to discover the electronics/hardware world
  • Anyone who has a hardware project idea and wants to bring it to the world.

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