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Learning something new is difficult, right?

Well, I say it’s not. Rather, learning something new is the easiest part. However, keeping the desire to learn it is most difficult.

Why am I saying this to you?

The answer is simple. Couple of month’s back, even I had the same question on my mind when I thought about learning to program using Arduino. Bear in mind that I had very basic coding skills and honestly, I thought I wouldn’t be able to do it. However, there was something in me which kept on saying “Just do it!!!”.

Now here I am, after few months working with Arduino Uno* and learning the basic concepts of it. I am confident that I can combine these concepts and make something exciting.

In this series, I will be sharing my experience on how I learnt Arduino and also talk about my approach on few of the basic sketches**, which helped me to understand the concepts better. So, if you are still reading this, thank you for hanging around, meanwhile check out my next blog Chapter 1: Getting to know Arduino to learn more about Arduino.

Assuming that you are familiar with basic concepts of programming, basic concepts of electronics and most importantly, a desire to learn something new, Let’s begin!!!

If you want to add something interesting or want to point out any errors on this article, please feel free to comment below.

* Arduino Uno / Uno compatible board

** Programs used to control Arduino are called sketches

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