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Joe Coburn

DIY Editor / Joined 30 June, 2016

Joe is MakeUseOf's DIY editor. He's a graduate in Computer Science from the University of Lincoln, UK. He's a professional software developer, and when he's not flying drones or writing music, he can often be found taking photos or producing videos.

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Arduino Programming For Beginners: The Traffic Light Controller

DIY Programming

Arduino Programming For Beginners: The Traffic Light Controller

Last week, we learnt about the basic structure of an Arduino program and took a closer look at the ‘blink’ example. Hopefully you took the opportunity to experiment with code, adjusting the timings. This time, we’ll be writing something from scratch. In fact, let’s make a traffic light.

06-01-2017
Arduino Programming For Beginners: The Traffic Light Controller
20+ Really Easy Ways To Make Your Own Tablet Stand

DIY

20+ Really Easy Ways To Make Your Own Tablet Stand

If you got an iPad, Kindle, or Android tablet for Christmas or even a new smartphone, you might occasionally run into a situation where you find it more comfortable to have something hold the gadget for you while you surf or watch a movie. We’ve featured some funky retail tablet stands which are clever and comical ways to hold your tablet. But DIY tablet stand ideas float in thousands on YouTube and the web alike.

05-01-2017
20+ Really Easy Ways To Make Your Own Tablet Stand
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