Intro to Arduino with Justin Corwin

Who: Everyone!
Where: Crashspace
How Much: $60
RSVP: Eventbrite - Intro to Arduino 8-10pm,  OR Eventbrite - Intro to Arduino 6-8pm

These events are by RSVP ONLY and always sell out. Click to reserve your seat!


Intro to Arduino is a single two hour course to learn all the basics of how to set up, program, and wire up your arduino to anything. The Feb 28 and Mar 2 classes are identical, so feel free to choose the day that works for you!

A laptop and Arduino is all you need to interface with the real world.

Arduino comes with libraries to interface with hundreds of different electronic devices and gadgets. You can use it to connect physical things to everything from simple sensors to internet feeds, leave it running standalone or hook up to computers, other arduinos, custom radios, and much more.

What you need to bring

  • a laptop, along with a little imagination
  • The Arduino development kit installed on your laptop, which you can find here:

What you’ll get

  • Arduino
  • Cables
  • BreadBoard
  • Necessary Electronics components to get you started.

(These materials alone are a $50 dollar retail value!)

About the instructor
Justin Corwin is a co-founder of Crashspace, and a AI researcher. In his spare time he works on custom radio robot helicopter projects and boat designs He teaches biweekly classes in radio and electronics.

This class is being run twice, once on Thursday, February 28th and again on Saturday March 2nd. Pick whichever is better for you, but don’t wait too long, the last time we ran this class, we ran out of seats quickly!

This event is by RSVP ONLY and always sells out. Click here to reserve your seat!

2 thoughts on “Intro to Arduino with Justin Corwin

  • January 23, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    Are you still holding this arduino class? I would be curious how this format worked out for you.


    • January 23, 2017 at 9:31 pm

      Hi David,

      We haven’t held the Arduino class in a while, but it was very popular, we ended that series because of my enthusiasm as a teacher was waning, not lack of demand. I may bring it back this year. I’ve found people particularly appreciate getting stuff to take home, in a complete project.


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