ROS For Beginners
Author: thaijameupload on 6-12-2018, 20:52, Views: 10
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What you'll learn
Master ROS basics
Create, build, run, and debug your ROS program
Master ROS core functionalities
Learn ROS best practices to make your application readable and scalable
Create reusable code for any robot powered by ROS
Write ROS code with both Python and C++
Learn by doing, not just watching
Basic programming knowledge (Python or C++)
You are familiar with Linux and how to use a terminal
Learning ROS is hard, and you know it. But why should it be that way ?
There is a lack of structured resources for beginners. You can find some explanations and programming tutorials online about Robot Operating System, but they won't really tell you which path to follow when you begin, where to go, what to focus on, ...
That's why I've created this course, that I wish I had when I begun. So you can learn ROS much faster than I did.
The goal of this course is to remove the big learning curve that you face when you start to learn ROS by yourself. I will show you, step by step, what you need to know to get started and master ROS basics.
This course is :
Structured in a way that is easy to follow for a beginner
Going through all ROS core concepts that you need, step by step
Going to the point. No useless and over-complicated stuff that you won't use anyway.
Full of practice and challenges to make you progress faster
After installing ROS on a Ubuntu OS, you will learn the following ROS key concepts :
Msg and Srv definitions
And much more !
By mastering those concepts, you will be 100% ready to start any other robotic application, and build a complete software from scratch using Robot Operating System.
You will also learn how to :
Debug your program
Use command line tools for each key concept
Build your application
Correctly setup and manage your project structure
And as I want to make you develop great (not just good, because "good" is not good enough) and scalable robotic applications, I will share with you the best practices that I've learned from my own experience.
Who is the target audience?
Students who want to learn ROS without wasting time
Developers who want to join the robotic side
Researchers/Teachers who want to use a great robot framework for teaching and testing
Engineers who want to create robot softwares faster
And anyone who wants to build scalable robot applications with ROS
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