A big interest in the computer languages has led me on an exciting journey. I am self taught in thes languages. I have studied: html, php, java, a bit of perl, c and c++, The one that stuck was c++.
My newest interest being explored is Arduino, prototyping and robotics.
This shows just how powerful a programming language C++ is. It makes following my interest possible.
Once I grew out of working with the console, I discovered a whole different world. The world of electronics and Micro processors. The Arduino Uno is what I do my experiments with. This allows the programming of electronic components with C++. A way to create robotic projects and ways of automation.
These are not difficult things, you just have to have the courage and desire to want to learn.
Ebonygeek45 is expanding to books. There are three books in this new beginners series available now.
1 Uno Programming digitalWrite
2 Uno Programming digitalWrite More On C++
3 Uno Easy Starter Project : LED Cube Arduino Uno Building and Coding Project 3
A lot of care goes into the writing of these books. All the code is tested to make sure you do not run into any inaccurate information or results.
The first 2 books focus on the programming of C++ in the Arduino IDE. As long as you have and Arduino(or compatible board) and an led you can learn and follow along. If you don't have a board or led the books explains the results you would get.
The third book for the construction and coding of an led cube takes what is learned in the first 2 books a step further. Again the code and the results are fully tested and explained in the book. The constuction and building of the cube is also explained.
This is all done because ebonygeek45 want to make sure you understand and learn from these books.
If a reader should find a mistake with the coding in the book it is encouraged to email me with the problem. It will be fixed if it is a valid problem.
Today is a great day to learn something. Happy Tinkering, happy coding.
Shannon of Ebonygeek45.
Uno Programming digitalWrite was written with the beginner in mind. The Arduino Uno, some leds, and a resistor are really all that is needed for this project. A breadboard and jumper wires are optional but nice to have.
Micro controllers are everywhere. The Arduino Uno makes it easy to begin working with electoronics and programming them with C++. This book explains the basics step by step.
An Arduino Uno Easy Starter Project? Why not an LED Cube. It is the perfect next step to the led blink program. It will involve an Arduino Uno, building the cube, then programming(coding) the cube. Ebonygeek45 takes you through the whole process in Project 3 the Beginners Edition. The book is: Uno Easy Starter Project : LED Cube Arduino Uno Building and Coding Project 3 Beginners Edition.