Maik Schmidt has worked as a software developer for more than 15 years, creating solutions for large enterprises. He frequently writes book reviews and articles and is the author of Enterprise Recipes with Ruby and Rails and Enterprise Integration with Ruby.
I highly recommend this book to everyone who want to start with Arduino.
Software in C, C++, and the Processing graphical language is described in sufficient detail for the novice programmer to follow the code provided.
The Arduino is a fun little board and with this book I was able to make it do some amazing things.
Maik Schmidt is our guide in the Pragmatic Bookshelf’s venture into the world of electronics. This is a compact work, like all others in the series, it goes straight to applicable... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Federico Lucifredi
Happy with purchase. The book is in three parts, how to get started, 8 projects,
and the appendixes. Read more
Great book about Arduino and interesting (not so childish) projects. From an adult, for adults. So many simple use cases described briefly (as they should). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cristi S.
The Quick-Start Guide has taught me many fundamentals in programming the Arduino. I was new to Arduino and electronics. The book was easy to understand and follow the instructions. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sean Hoefer
Arduino can do lot of wonders and is a very good way to introduce kids and enthusiasts to this growing space. Read morePublished 16 months ago by rpv
I have skimmed through the book a couple of times but it is on my list of books to read in the near future.Published 16 months ago by Mark1968
I was looking for a book to get started with Arduino programming that would teach me the basics of controlling motors, IR, Ethernet, Wii Nunchuk, LEDs, buttons, etc. Read morePublished on February 3, 2013 by Amazon shopper
I just read this book and although parts of it were interesting, I don't think it was that great.
I feel the author spent way too much time on writing libraries and... Read more
quickly outgrew it but it was a good guide to get started and has decent ideas to get started withPublished on January 15, 2013 by Miguel De Anda