Use these e-books to design, code, and build awesome Arduino projects

Brush up on your Arduino skills.
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If you haven’t gotten on the Arduino train, now is a good time. The open-source platform is used for building some amazing electronics projects, using just a programmable circuit board and simple software. It’s awesome for those just starting out with electronics because it doesn’t require any other hardware to upload code (unlike other programmable circuit boards) and it uses an easy-to-learn version of C++. 

So what projects should you start with? The Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle has you covered. The bundle comes with eight e-books and over 1,900 pages of instruction — plus plenty of projects to choose from, including wearables, smart electronic devices, and more. You can design, code, and build:

  • interactive bike gloves

  • portable Wi-Fi signal strength sensors

  • liquid flow sensors

  • motion-activated sensors

  • robots

  • weather measurement stations

And really, that’s just the start. Need another reason? The Mashable Shop has the Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle for $29, a savings of 88%.

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