I received the followinng email from Peter Dalmaris:
Today I feel particularly excited to announce that I have just published my new course!
I have designed the new course especially for people new to the Arduino, electronics, and programming.
While the original Arduino Step by Step is still a great resource for Arduino Makers, I felt that it does not cater specifically to the needs of people who are just starting.
I packed the original Arduino Step by Step with content that helped you build amazing things. I also packed Arduino Step by Step 2017 Getting Started with content that will take you from a total beginner to confident, independent learner.
The new course is full of experiments, Brain Stretcher exercises, prompts for further study, and end of section quizzes.
I have also dramatically improved the technical course quality, with full 1080p video and crystal clear audio in every single lecture.
I invite you to view my promotional video and read through the course page for more details about Arduino Step by Step 2017 Getting Started.
I am sure you will like what you see!
For one week, until January 2, 2017, you can purchase Arduino Step by Step 2017 Getting Started for just $10. (see links below)
Are you unsure about the differences and similarities between Arduino Step by Step 2017 Getting Started and Arduino Step by Step Your Complete Guide? I have created a side-by-side comparison table so that you can work out with confidence which one is best suited for you. You can find this table in the course page (scroll down a bit).
The newer course does not replace the older one, it complements it! I fully support, and I am committed to both.
If you are not sure whether this course is appropriate for you, remember that you have 30 days during which you can request a no-questions-asked refund (though I do appreciate your feedback).
My offer does not end with Arduino SbS 2017 GS! I am happy to offer you all of my other courses for just US$10 each, also until January 2, 2017. To take advantage of this offer, please use the links below:
- Arduino Step by Step 2017 Getting Started
- Arduino Step by Step: Your complete guide
- Beginning Arduino: Make your Own Environment Monitor System
- Arduino Fun: Make a high-tech remote controlled car
- Raspberry Pi: Full Stack
- KiCad like a Pro
- The Electronics Workbench: a Setup Guide
- Advanced Arduino Boards and Tools
- Raspberry Pi: Make a Bench automation computer
- Basic Electronics for Arduino Makers
Fri 23 December 2016