Ryan Williams


Ryan Williams



Event Attendees


Apr 21 2020


05:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Arduino Basics and Projects – distance learning with Ryan Williams

Let me start off with this understanding.  I AM NOT A PROGRAMMER, so you DON’T NEED TO BE A PROGRAMMER to do this. This class will meet 2X weekly (virtually of course) on Tuesday and Thursday for 4 to 6 weeks.  I am building kits so you will have all the parts and pieces needed.  All you’ll need is a computer with a USB port, and a WiFi network at home. We will move fairly slow, starting with a few very basic classes and labs, then move into project-based learning. Projects will include:
  • An autonomous car that can drive around the house.
  • Make the same car able to be driven by WiFi from your phone
  • A clock that is always right
  • A plant monitor and automatic watering system.
  • and more…

If the time listed doesn’t work for you, just let us know and we’ll work it out with those who are interested. Ryan has created kits with all the parts you’ll need to learn Arduino and do the projects. The cost of the kits is $65. If the cost of the kit would prevent you from taking the class, please sign up anyway and we’ll find a scholarship for you. If you can afford to help someone else through a scholarship, there are options for 1/2 and full scholarship donations below.

Total class size: 15 students

For questions or help:


Ryan Williams on Slack

or Kim Harms at harmsdurango@yahoo.com

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  1. Ryan Williams 2 years ago

    Wow! It’s full. That is super exciting. I am looking forward to meeting you all very soon.

  2. Clayton 2 years ago

    Hi Ryan, I’m all signed up, but I haven’t received an email with a link to the class.

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    Kimberly Harms 2 years ago

    Hey classmates, we’re working on finalizing your kits and pulling together last-minute details. We’ll be reaching out to you soon with that information. I’m looking forward to learning from Ryan with you all!

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