Get up and running with Fritzing Workshops!
We love to give workshops on all things Fritzing, Arduino, and physical computing. Come to one of our regular workshops in Berlin or invite us to come to you!
New: Workshop Series in Berlin!
No workshops the next time – sorry.
We now finally offer bi-weekly workshops for everyone in Berlin.
When & Where
Events for beginners will take turns with events for more advanced tinkerers:
Arduino Newbie Workshop
For everyone getting started.
Arduino Project Support Lab
For everyone who need help with their project.
This is really for anybody, no matter if you just heard about these things for the first time, or you're a seasoned master. Max. 15 participants per workshop.
The workshops will be held in German or English, depending on the audience.
30€ per participant, including free drinks and pizza!
Hope to meet you soon!
If you're not in Berlin: Invite us!
Interested in having the Fritzing team give a workshop to your University, Organization or basement meetup? Invite us to your next event! We've got several workshop flavors to suit your diy-electronics needs:
A: Introduction to Physical Computing with Arduino and Fritzing
In this workshop aimed at beginners, you'll learn physical computing basics with the Arduino microcontroller in the framework of Fritzing. Digital/Analog inputs and outputs will be explored with breadboard experimentation. Next, we'll show you how to bring your physical breadboard circuit into Fritzing to produce both a clear a documentation of your circuit, and to produce a schematic and PCB layout.
B: Fritzing PCB Production
The Fritzing PCB production workshop can either be run as an extension of the intro workshop, or as a production workshop for those who already know a bit about physcial computing. In this workshop, particpants come with an idea for a circuit they'd like to produce as a PCB. They will then build the circuit start to finish within Fritzing, producing a DIY single-sided PCB.
C: Teaching with Fritzing
This workshop is aimed at educators who would like to teach physical computing. We'll teach you the basics of physical computing and teach you how to teach physical computing with Arduino and Fritzing. Varied workflow approaches - building from the breadboard, schematic and PCB view - will be demonstrated.
We are open to creating a workshop for your specific interests and needs. Let us know what you're interested in and we can build a workshop plan together.
Interested? Feel free to contact us!
Worrying about travel costs? We have people in Berlin, Germany, and New York City, USA.