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Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo Board: Maker Session 1

Launching Maker Sessions, an Intel and MAKE collaboration inviting maker teams to create, discuss, and share projects using Intel® Galileo board.

Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo Board: Maker Session 3

In Maker Session 3, master makers share projects, like YesYesBot and a spirograph laser projector, and discuss the community and new possibilities.

Getting Started with the Intel® Galileo Board: Maker Session 2

In Maker Session 2, makers discuss Linux* command access and share projects, including a drawbot using stepper motors and a meat-probing temp unit.

Intel® Edison—One Tiny Platform, Endless Possibility

Discover the Intel® Edison development platform—a board so small that it removes huge barriers in the world of wearables and the Internet of Things.

Intel® Galileo Gen 2 Development Board—Empower Your Prototype

Combining Arduino* simplicity with Intel® performance, the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 board is a fully featured, cost-effective development platform.

Intel® Edison and Intel® Galileo Forums and Support

Find forums and support to help you with the Intel® Edison and Intel® Galileo development boards; including, downloads and drivers, how-tos, and more.

Get Students Making: Resources for Hands-on Learning in Classrooms

Explore a diverse collection of resources that include customizable lesson plans, project ideas, design thinking, and more, to get students making.

The Maker Inside: Intel® Galileo Board 102—Getting Started, Part 2

Overview of the Arduino* integrated development environment, its icons, setup, and loop functions, with how to begin a basic sketch.

Project Gallery: See What Members are Making

Review the project gallery and discover some of the amazing things you can do and make using Intel® Edison and Intel® Galileo development boards.

The Maker Inside: Intel® Galileo Board 102—Getting Started, Part 1

How to set up the Intel® Galileo board and program in the Arduino* IDE, with notes on accompanying components and getting started.