Design and Simulate Arduino Boards and Test Your Code

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Start working with different Arduino boards without buying them and start unleashing the power of code in Simulation

What you’ll learn

  • Simulate Arduino UNO Boards
  • Simulate Arduino Mega Boards
  • Simulate Arduino nano Boards
  • Write codes and test them without having an Arduino Board
  • Test Codes without having a real physical an Arduino Board


  • Have A Computer
  • Have A basic Experience in browsing the internet
  • Have a Will to apply
  • No materials required if you only wish to view the course


>>> The Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Sensing the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors, Arduino affects its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and a number of other accessories. It’s intended for anyone making interactive hardware projects and in this course, we will make it easy for you to Design and Simulate Arduino Boards and Start Testing Your Codes Freely. <<<

Why you should take this course?

  • You will learn how to design and simulate Arduino boards and test your code.
  • You will learn how to experiment with different Arduino boards without buying them.
  • You will get complete knowledge on how to design and simulate Arduino boards.
  • You will explore how to use sensors, actuators, and other components for a variety of projects.
  • You will use the simulator to get up and running quickly with a graphical interface that allows you to wire elements in a circuit, add code if needed, and view the results instantly.
  • You will understand the various ways you can connect various components together.

>>> Continual Updates <<<

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What students are saying about Design and Simulate Arduino Boards Course:

Ashley Reid says, “Another good course, nice simple & basic. The reason I like this course is there isn’t too much talk & theory, just straight into the course. Even though this course is very it goes straight to the point of finding the software, downloading the software & using the software. Even though this is short quick & to the point, it is a very quick start & to the point course, perfect for beginners Great job & cheers.”

Leonildo Carnevalli Junior says, “Short but it fulfills the promises.”

Welcome to Design and Simulate Arduino Boards and Test Your Code course.

In this course, you will learn how to simulate different Arduino boards in a professional simulation environment. It will help you unleash your full coding potential without buying any of the Arduino boards.

This course will help you test your codes and schematics for Arduino without the risk of burning your board. No more bad connections or wrong codes.

Contents and Overview

This course is designed for anyone interested in learning electronic design. You don’t need to have any previous experience, and all you need is a computer.

Boards that can be Simulated:

  • Arduino Uno
  • Arduino Mega
  • Arduino Nano
  • Arduino Zero
  • And others

About the Instructor

Educational Engineering Team

Team of skilled Engineers Sharing Knowledge with the World

Educational Engineering Team is a leading team in the Microcontroller Industry, with over 13 Years of Experience in teaching and doing practical projects.

We strive to put all our hands-on experience into these courses. Instead of superficial knowledge, we go into the depth of the topic and give you the exact step-by-step blueprint on how to tame simple as well as complex topics in easy and digestible bite-sized videos.

This real-world knowledge enables you to grasp knowledge easily, and you can apply this learning immediately to your life and projects.

Educational Engineering Team has been in the Programming and Microcontroller business since 2007. We have been part of many projects. Over the years, we have gained a good insight into students’ and educators’ needs. We are passionate about sharing all our collective knowledge with you. As of 2018, we have already taught over 250k-THOUSAND students and counting.

Currently, we have more than 100+ courses on Udemy.

Educator and Author of “Educational Engineering”.

Ashraf is an educator, Mechatronics engineer, electronics and programming hobbyist, and Maker. He creates online video courses on the EduEng YouTube Channel (More Than 4 Million Views, 20k + Subscribers) and is the author of four Microcontroller books.

As a Chief Educational Engineer since 2007 at Educational Engineering Team, the company he founded, Ashraf’s mission is to explore new trends and technology and help educate the world and make it a better place.

Educational Engineering offers educational courses and Bootcamps, articles, lessons, and online support for electronics hobbyists, Programming hobbyists, Microcontroller hobbyists, STEM students, and STEM teachers.

That team also works as freelancer engineers, helping many students in their graduation projects, and providing guidance and consulting for many students over the years to help them kick-start their careers.

Ashraf’s core skill is explaining difficult concepts in a step-by-step easy-to-understand manner using video and text. With over 11 years of tertiary teaching experience, Ashraf has developed a simple yet comprehensive and informative style in teaching that students from all around the world appreciate.

His passion for Microcontrollers and Programming, in particular for the world of Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, and Raspberry Pi, has guided his personal development and his work through Educational Engineering.

Ashraf’s online courses have helped over 250,000 people from around the world to be better and to make a great career in the industry.

Educational Engineering Team offers courses on:

  • Circuit Design, Simulation, and PCB Fabrication
  • Arduino, PIC Microcontroller, and Raspberry Pi
  • Programming in C, Python, and other programming languages
  • PLC Industrial Programming and Automation
  • 3D Design and Simulation
  • ESP and IoT World

What you will learn

  • How to design and simulate Arduino boards.
  • Test your Arduino code without buying the hardware.
  • Experiment with various sensors, actuators, and components.
  • Use a professional simulation environment for Arduino projects.
  • Understand different ways to connect components.

Who is this course for

  • Electronics enthusiasts.
  • Students and professionals interested in Arduino projects.
  • Hobbyists wanting to simulate and test their Arduino codes.
  • Anyone interested in learning electronic design and simulation.


  • Basic understanding of electronics and Arduino.
  • A computer with internet access.
  • Enthusiasm to learn and build.

Who this course is for:

  • Arduino Geeks
  • Anyone looking to learn Arduino but don’t want to buy the boards
  • Anyone looking to learn Arduino without spending any money buying different boards
  • Anyone starting their journey in Microcontrollers
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