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ScienceAlert Deal: These 10 eBooks Will Help You Build Your Own Robots!

Learn to code using real examples.

SCIENCEALERT STAFF
23 MAR 2018

Chances are that at least once in your life, you considered what life would be like if you had a robot to make your day-to-day duties a little easier.

Of course, once that thought settles, you start to think about all the time you'd need to spend in school learning electrical engineering, computer science, and robotics to make that dream possible, dashing your hopes before you even get started.

However, we live in an age where tech disciplines, like programming and robotics, are becoming increasingly more accessible.

Part of that is thanks to Arduino, an open-source electronics platform that features intuitive hardware and software to help you create programs and Internet of Things (IoT) projects from the ground up.

The Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle can get you started creating your projects with Arduino, and it's yours for a price you pick.

Here's how the deal works: Simply pay what you want, and you'll instantly unlock one of the collection's ten e-books. Beat the average price paid, and you'll get the remaining nine at no extra charge.

This collection is all about creating real-world projects. You'll foster your knowledge in core skills, like programming IoT devices using C. Then, you'll flex your coding know-how as you learn how to create a host of different projects on the Arduino platform.

The Arduino for Secret Agents e-book will show you how to build a host of useful secret agent gadgets using the Arduino computer, from alarm systems to fingerprint sensors, and more.

And, the Arduino Robotic Projects e-book will guide you through what it takes to create devices that run on motors.

You'll learn even more from the collection's remaining e-books: simply name your price and you can start your Arduino education with the Pay What You Want: 2018 Arduino Enthusiast E-Book Bundle.

This is a promotional ScienceAlert Academy post, in partnership with StackCommerce. We carefully vet all courses and products to make sure they're relevant to our readers, and make a share in the profits of any sales.

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