Hey you, are you a Maker?
Strange question, isn’t it? But let me tell you, after the course you are definitely one 🙂
I’ll be so bold and say a short sentence about me 😀 My name is Olli and I study Mechatronics and Information Technology in the now already 6th semester at the KIT in Karlsruhe, Germany.
I personally have a lot of fun creating my own projects with Arduino. If you feel the same way then you have my blessing to buy the course! And if you don’t enjoy playing around with Arduino … well, why are you looking for an Arduino course anyway? ;D
So the most important thing is clarified: You want to buy the course to bring your skills to the next level and you will have fun doing so. Furthermore, you already have some experience with Arduino. You have a good understanding of the basics and know for example how to switch pins high/low, how to read digital/analog values, what the difference between digital and analog values is and you have a rough intuition on voltage, current & resistors.
So you’re still around :D? Awesome!
Very nice, then let me tell you why this course is just right for you:
And yes, I know! That’s what everyone says 😀 Ultimately, that’s what it stated under each course “If you can read/stand/eat, then this is exactly the right course for you…” BUT:
I would suggest that I just show you briefly what the course has to offer and then you decide if it excites you or not!:D Do we have a deal?
What is this course about?
The course is designed to pick you up at your current level and take you by the hand. I’ll take you by the hand, show you the Arduino land. Or something like that at least :D. On our journey, we will learn so many things that I will only list a few here. So we’ll look at the Inertial Measurement Unit, then use it to build our own remote controller with which you can control a car by tilting your hand. We’ll talk about what libraries are, how I2C works, how we can use I2C, how to monitor the voltage of your battery, what a PID controller is, how to calculate angles from accelerometer data, and on and on…
So you see, the course covers a very broad spectrum. With the approx. 9 hours of video material I try to give you a red thread through the content. But it’s also clear that you will have to familiarize yourself with some topics if you don’t get it the first time or want to understand something more deeply. But you are never alone. If you have any questions, I and all the other course participants will be happy to help you.
What, all the other course participants?
I thought it would be cool to build a community around the course. I have therefore created a Slack forum that you can join if you want. There you can share, discuss and learn with other participants. I’ve never done this before either and hope this will be a cool thing! In any case, I’m really looking forward to welcoming you!
Structure of the course!
After each video, I tell you what to do next. For solving the task you have to study the new topic yourself. For example, you have to read out a sensor with I2C & the Wire library, or write the implementation to control stepper motors! But rather you are allowed to do it because you enjoy it .D. In the following video, we always deal with exactly this task that I had given you. If you were able to solve the task on your own, you can look here again at how I made it work and get some new ideas. If you did not get it right, then you can see how to solve it and recognize what you did wrong.
Through this course structure, I hope that you will not only learn something in the course but also remember it in the long term!
What else do you need for this course?
In the second video, I go into detail. It’s a few things, but it’s definitely worth it! It’s best to take a quick look before you buy the course.
Not quite sure yet? Never mind! With Udemy’s 30-day money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose! Take a look at the course and if you don’t like it you can get your money back – it’s that simple 😀
I’m extremely excited to welcome you to the course and the community!
See you soon!
Your Olli 🙂