Arduino Basics with John LeMasney

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Cherry Hill Public Library
Half Conference Center A, Lower Level

Event Details

This presentation is meant to introduce people to the most basic aspects of Arduino as a platform and concept. Arduino is a programmable integrated circuit with lots of community support and low or no cost development tools that allow you to create anything from a twitter account that shares when your dog eats from her food bowl to an always-on GPS reporter that tells a spreadsheet where it is every 30 seconds. John LeMasney is a father who lives and works in and around Princeton, NJ. He now offers consulting in technology, design, communication, branding, and nutrition. He was the Manager of Educational Technology Training and Outreach at Princeton University from March 2011 to March 2013. He had worked from 1998-2011 at Rider University as the Manager of Technology Training. He was recently awarded a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership with honors from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture with honors from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. He is a designer, artist, writer, poet, technologist, consultant, open web advocate and open source evangelist. He is most interested in helping people to use technology to make their lives, work, and world better. More information is available at:
Event Type(s): Computer Class, All Ages
Age Group(s): All Ages
Presenter: John LeMasney