LinkSprite: Home of pcDuino, developer's new choice

LinkSprite Australia offers The Internet of Things and DIY Robotics

We have scheduled the next course of “The Internet of Things and DIY Robotics” during the evenings of Tuesday 3rd ,Wednesday 4th and Thursday 5th of March. Your feedback will be most valuable for delivering this next course.

If you know of any colleagues or associates that you believe would be interested in attending these course sessions, please ask them to either:

  1. Enrol online:,
  2. forward us their contact details,
  3. or forward the following link for the Adobe Acrobat (PDF) course brochure:

We are also planning to conduct at least two new advanced courses in the coming months which you may wish to consider attending. Please let us know by reply email if you would like to receive additional course information when it becomes available and also include your preferred dates and times.

Finally if you would like to purchase any of the pcDuino products, including boards, kits, shields or sensors please contact us directly by phone or email. We will shortly be launching the LinkSprite (Australia) Online Store where you will be able to place your orders via the web. We will send you the new store’s details as soon as it goes “live”.



LinkSprite Announces Post to Store Credit Program

Hello, Fellow developers and makers,  after several months of twitter sweepstakes, we would like to replace this sweepstakes with a post to store credit program.

A tutorial post or simple introduction to any LinkSprite SBCs can exchange to a LinkSprite store credit of $5 to $100 depending on the quality of the post.

For details, please refer to:

uniDap (LinkSprite Australia) hold a three-day workshop on Scratch for pcDuino in Brisbane

Our colleagues in uniDap (LinkSprite Australia) hold a three-day workshop on Scratch for pcDuino in Brisbane.  The course website can be found at:

The course was based on the scratch for pcDuino kit, and Keith, the presenter, presented the course right on pcDuino. This demos how powerful the pcDuino3 is.  The courses are divided into morning and afternoon groups, and three sections.  Each section began with a half hour brief in the boardroom, and then move to the bench to start get hands on.











The bench work was really fun!


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We also have Fangjun Yu, a STEM teacher in China to share his experience in using pcDuino to teach science and coding in his school:

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