ARM (E3)NGAGE organized an engaging Arduino Day event at the TEC, aimed at introducing participants to the Arduino architecture and providing foundational knowledge of programming in Arduino. The event was moderated by Derrick and Hadijah, representing ARM(E3)NGAGE.

The event focused on familiarizing participants with Arduino architecture and basic programming concepts. Utilizing the popular Arduino Uno microcontroller board, participants engaged in hands-on activities guided by Robotics club executives and Arm coordinators from the school. These activities included tasks like LED control, blinking LED at various intervals, and visualizing voltage output from a potentiometer. By actively participating in these exercises, participants gained a solid understanding of fundamental programming principles and the seamless integration of hardware and software in the Arduino ecosystem.

To ensure a smooth learning experience, the event organisers established dedicated support systems. The Robotics Club executives and Arm coordinators played a crucial role in assisting participants, addressing challenges, and providing guidance whenever needed. Their expertise and willingness to help fostered a collaborative and inclusive learning environment, empowering participants to make progress and build confidence in their Arduino skills.

The Arduino Day event garnered widespread acclaim as a resounding success. Participants had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of Arduino, acquiring essential knowledge about its architecture and basic programming concepts. The hands-on activities, coupled with the guidance and support from experienced individuals, created an engaging and informative experience for all attendees. The event ignited enthusiasm and curiosity among participants, setting the stage for further exploration and innovation in the exciting realm of Arduino and related technologies.