22 May 2018

element14 launches 6 part BeagleBone webinar series

element14 the community for engineers, has launched a 6 part bi-weekly BeagleBone webinar series.

Presented by Jason Kridner, the co-founder and board member at BeagleBoard.org Foundation and the element14 team, the series provides community members with a grounding in the fundamentals of BeagleBone and will show how to have fun with BeagleBone boards.

The series includes the following episodes:

  • Introduction to BeagleBone

  • BeagleBone for Linux Users

  • BeagleBone for Embedded Developers

  • BeagleBone for Web Developers

  • BeagleBone Blue for Robotics

  • BeagleBone in the Classroom

The first episode, “An introduction to Beaglebone” is now available, with further episodes available every two weeks. All episodes will be available “on demand” after launch.

Dianne Kibbey, Global Head of Community and Social Media for Premier Farnell and element14 said: “BeagleBone drives huge interest from our community members, supported by a vast library of projects and learning materials. This new webinar series will help element14 community members get the very most out of their boards, from getting started and embedding a board within an application, to robotics.”

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