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Whether you’re just starting to get your feet wet with programming and engineering, or you’re a more advanced robotics whizz looking to have some fun, the ten eBooks in this bundle will help you bring your most creative robotic visions to life.
You’ll learn how to program your Arduino using C programming, how to craft espionage robots capable of house-wide infiltration, how to incorporate your Arduino into a more comprehensive Internet of Things framework using social media, and much more.
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