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Controlling Stuff Objectively

  • 09 Dec 2017
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • GJmakerspace - 2591 Legacy Way, Grand Junction, CO 81503

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  • Presentation on using Object Oriented Programming (OOP) techniques when programming microcontrollers.

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Come on down to GJmakerspace for a free two-hour "Controlling Stuff Objectively" presentation.  Find out what Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is all about and why it has definite advantages over traditional procedural programming when controlling stuff using microcontrollers (such as the Arduino).  There‚Äôs plenty of useful (and fun) information for both seasoned programmer and novice.  The session will be interactive with both discourse and demonstrations.


Wayne Wall, experienced computer programmer and engineer, will share knowledge, insight, tips and techniques acquired over many years of controlling stuff using microprocessors.


This presentation will also lay the groundwork for an upcoming (TBA) progressive series of GJmakerspace immersive classes on controlling stuff.  Free tours of the entire GJmakerspace facility (containing 3D printers, a laser cutter, micro-controllers and more) are available all afternoon following the presentation.


Please read over our class policy:

http://gjmakerspace.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Policy


Any questions please contact us at gjmakerspace@gmail.com

or call The Business Incubator 970-243-5242




2591 Legacy Way, 

Grand Junction, CO 81501

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