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13 juni 17:30 - 21:00Things

Join us for a night of prototyping with the Arduino platform!

NOTE: we are sold out, but you can register to be informed if we release more tickets or add another date. Just choose the (free) ticket type called "Let me know if tickets become available" and fill in your email.

On Tuesday 13th of June we will introduce the platform and get started with simple tasks to learn the platform. In addition we will discuss how Arduino as a beginner tool can be used as a starting point in product development on the way to production of a product

The target audience of the workshop is people who are new to hardware programming but may have some other programming experience. 

All participants will receive a Arduino starter-kit, sponsored by M.nu with Arduino board and a lot of sensors, wires, display and components. This is included in the workshop price (normally retails at 649 SEK at m.nu).

All you need to know

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Food & Drinks:
- there will be light food and beverages served from 17:30

Venue:
- Things Stockholm. We'll be in the main event space on 1st floor.
- it's a 10 minute walk from the KTH subway stop

What you need to bring:
- laptop (with charger, a USB port and administrator permissions)

Questions?
If you have any questions or suggestions then reach out on @sthlmhw or sunekaae@gmail.com

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Workshop Leaders & Organizers

Caroline Dahl
Clinical Innovation Fellow, PhD, CTO

Caroline does technological innovation based on her background in wet, soft and hardware. Arduino is her go-to prototyping board for both industrial and pedagogical applications.

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Thomas Tromholt
PhD, Creative technologist at Above

Thomas works on a daily basis with product developent focused on electronics and software and has used a ton of Arduinos in different projects. 

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