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    Title: A comparison in the teaching of programming for development kits with IoT
    Authors: Varela-Aldás, José
    Miranda, Mario
    Palacios-Navarro, Guillermo
    Issue Date: 2022
    Publisher: Proceedings of the 2022 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies on Education and Research, ICALTER 20222022 2nd IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies on Education and Research, ICALTER 2022. Lima. 16 November 2022 through 19 November 2022
    Abstract: Education 4.0 promotes programming at all training levels, making block programming a compatible alternative, including developing applications with hardware. This paper compares UIFLOW and Arduino IDE in programming the M5Stack Core2 development kit for education. The designed task allows students to read, locally view, send, and remotely view the inertial sensor data integrated into the device. The programming in UIFLOW application uses block programming; this software is for the M5stack kits. To program in C code using Arduino IDE is need to install the necessary libraries for compatibility with M5Stack. Students of computer science engineering implement the program using both programming languages. The compared data are development times and acceptance of the participants. The results show the coding times of the program and the scores obtained in the acceptance test, determining faster times in the case of block programming and a better acceptance rate that demonstrates the advantages of using this language in programming education.
    URI: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/searchresult.jsp?newsearch=true&queryText=A%20comparison%20in%20the%20teaching%20of%20programming%20for%20development%20kits%20with%20IoT
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