Arduino Certification Program
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Arduino Fundamentals is an online exam that provides official certification on your knowledge of Arduino related electronics, programming and physical computing.
The exam is based on the concepts introduced in the Arduino Starter Kit, as it offers all you need (components, project book and support) to get started with Arduino, coding and electronics in a hands-on way.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Arduino Fundamental exam is web-based and consists of 36 questions with 75 minutes to complete them all.
You will receive your results immediately after submission, indicating whether you passed or failed. By passing the exam you will be rewarded with the Arduino Fundamentals certificate.
HOW DO I PREPARE FOR THE EXAM?
There are no specific prerequisites for completing before taking the Fundamentals exam. However, the knowledge level and concepts tested in the exam closely match the content of the Arduino Starter Kit.
We can, therefore, recommend going through the content of the Arduino Starter Kit Projects book, and building the projects introduced in it.
WHAT IS AN ARDUINO CERTIFICATE?
Official Arduino certificate is a document that affirms your successful completion of the Arduino exam and serves as a guarantee of your competence in the Arduino-related subjects. It could be used to highlight your skills and learning progress, and advance in your career or education.
Arduino certificates use a unique QR code system which enables an instant check of their validity online, making them impossible to forge or copy.
WHAT DO I GET WHEN I PURCHASE THE EXAM?
You get 1 attempt to pass the exam. Once the access is unlocked, you can take the exam right away, or take your time to prepare and come back whenever you feel ready. Remember that the attempt will have an expiration date of 1 year.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I FAIL THE EXAM?
You can try completing the exam again by purchasing another attempt.
At the end of each exam, you will receive feedback about your performance in relation to the different topics covered in the Arduino Fundamentals exam. This information should help you improve, and perform better next time.
@rafitc99 I changed the buffer and that solved the problem. Thanks a lot for coming to my rescue.
@salmanfaris I did change the buffer size and everything is working perfectly. Thanks coming to my rescue.
I am using the hardware serial (pin 0 and 1 on Arduino Uno)
As @rafitc99 mentioned, you need to expand the Serila buffer, in the hardware serial also the Arduino board package implements a 64-byte ring buffer for send and receive on the hardware serial messages. So you need to change that to 256 as per your message length.
@rafitc99 The thing is that I am not using the SoftwareSerial library in receiving the message from the first microcontroller. I am using the hardware serial (pin 0 and 1 on Arduino Uno)