Gjnitp
Gjnitp
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17 May 2008

how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations on microcontrollers?

hello to everybody,
This is G J Nithya Shankari.I just want some tips regarding presentations and projects😒😒😒. What are the basic things to be learned before starting paper presentations? what are the famous blog spots regarding this. I'm not able to get the exact information from the net for what i'm looking for. I would be greatly pleased if I get information regarding this as soon as possible😛😛😛
19 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

Hi there!

The question is very general. The first thing that you should concentrate on is the subject of your presentation. Try to spend more time on it than anything else. No matter how good presenter you are, if you don't know the topic well, you're dead.

So, try to get as much information as possible about the topic of your presentation. There are many tech-blogs available on the internet. However, unless you tell us the topic of your presentation, it would be difficult for anyone of us to direct you to any blog. Just try searching on Google/Yahoo Blog search. I'd recommend that you should interact with CEans about the topic, I'm sure you'll find it very useful.

Now comes the presentation part. First of all, be confident! Everything comes later. Know what you know and what you don't. Don't fill your slides with lines of text and read them out to the audience. Just make few slides (less than 15) and talk more. Include (relevant) pictures if possible.

Have some time reserved for questions and answers.

This should get you started. Do let us know if you want answers to specific questions. We all will be happy to help! 😀

All the best!
just2rock

just2rock

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19 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

hi,newbie Shankari
You can check my Blog for mini projects of your help...

Blog:-www.soumikz.blogspot.com
MatlabMentor

MatlabMentor

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22 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

can you send your academic details and your interested subjects? so that we can advice you in better way.
MM
Gjnitp

Gjnitp

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23 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

Thank you everyone for the fast reply.I'm entering 3rd year EEE.Could you just help me out with mini projects and paper presentation based on Microcontrollers and its applications
23 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

Gjnitp
Thank you everyone for the fast reply.I'm entering 3rd year EEE.Could you just help me out with mini projects and paper presentation based on Microcontrollers and its applications
Yet again, what kind of help do you want? If you want to discuss micro controller & its applications, please let us know. It always helps to ask specific questions. 😀

All the best.
Gjnitp

Gjnitp

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23 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

hi Big k,
I dont know much in detail regarding microcontrollers.But I feel it is a intresting topic.That's why I want to do my papers regarding microcontrollers.So I need much information regarding the same.So I "dont know where and how to start".So that is why I'm stating everything in general.It would be great if I get to know about books,websites which gives the basics of Microcontrollers.And then I need to go in depth into the subject.Sorry if my posts are annoying:-(
23 May 2008
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

Gjnitp
hi Big k,
I dont know much in detail regarding microcontrollers.But I feel it is a intresting topic.That's why I want to do my papers regarding microcontrollers.So I need much information regarding the same.So I "dont know where and how to start".So that is why I'm stating everything in general.It would be great if I get to know about books,websites which gives the basics of Microcontrollers. And then I need to go in depth into the subject.Sorry if my posts are annoying:-(
Ah, don't think anyone's annoyed by your posts. Its just that general questions get general answers which seldom solve any purpose. "Help me with microcontrollers" is a 'generic' question but 'I don't know where to start' is a specific question.

I searched on Google for term "Microcontroller Basics" and found following -

microcontroller basics - Google Search

Just click on first few links (PDFs) and you should get what you are looking for. I hope you will get enough information to get started with microcontrollers.

I recommend that you go through those PDFs and revert back to CE with your questions/doubts/queries - anything. Remember, no question is stupid/annoying.

We're here to help each other. [​IMG]
Gjnitp

Gjnitp

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23 May 2008
Thankyou for that great reply The Big K😀
JUDYLUCY

JUDYLUCY

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06 Sep 2008
help me in paper presentations

hello,
this is judylucy.am a new friend of yours.i am the first year in computer science engineering.iam so interested in paper presentations but dont have the complete idea of that .please help me........😀
yugesh

yugesh

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29 Jan 2009
naaa wat's up 2 u wat u r telling abt dis message
29 Jan 2009
yugesh
naaa wat's up 2 u wat u r telling abt dis message
Did you read the notice on the top? SMS Text is not allowed on CE. No Hindi words too, please.
charminggayu

charminggayu

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26 May 2010
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

thank you. was useful to me too
The_Big_K
Hi there!

The question is very general. The first thing that you should concentrate on is the subject of your presentation. Try to spend more time on it than anything else. No matter how good presenter you are, if you don't know the topic well, you're dead.

So, try to get as much information as possible about the topic of your presentation. There are many tech-blogs available on the internet. However, unless you tell us the topic of your presentation, it would be difficult for anyone of us to direct you to any blog. Just try searching on Google/Yahoo Blog search. I'd recommend that you should interact with CEans about the topic, I'm sure you'll find it very useful.

Now comes the presentation part. First of all, be confident! Everything comes later. Know what you know and what you don't. Don't fill your slides with lines of text and read them out to the audience. Just make few slides (less than 15) and talk more. Include (relevant) pictures if possible.

Have some time reserved for questions and answers.

This should get you started. Do let us know if you want answers to specific questions. We all will be happy to help! 😀

All the best!
charminggayu

charminggayu

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26 May 2010
am a 3rd year BE. eletronics student.i like to start with my paper presentation works. i prefer on microcontrollers topic.
kindly help me on how to start with paper presentation. i like to gain knowledge on my subject. as am a beginner i need help in these issues.
😀 gayatri
charminggayu

charminggayu

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26 May 2010
Re: how to start with a mini projects and paper presentations?

😁thank you mr.bigK.
this is wat i too was searching for😎
The_Big_K
Ah, don't think anyone's annoyed by your posts. Its just that general questions get general answers which seldom solve any purpose. "Help me with microcontrollers" is a 'generic' question but 'I don't know where to start' is a specific question.

I searched on Google for term "Microcontroller Basics" and found following -

microcontroller basics - Google Search

Just click on first few links (PDFs) and you should get what you are looking for. I hope you will get enough information to get started with microcontrollers.

I recommend that you go through those PDFs and revert back to CE with your questions/doubts/queries - anything. Remember, no question is stupid/annoying.

We're here to help each other. [​IMG]
sumith123

sumith123

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22 Jun 2010
microcontroller basics - Google Search


is the best and basic way to learn microcontrollers

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