[ros-users] new ROS tutorials

Jack O'Quin jack.oquin at gmail.com
Thu Feb 20 01:14:01 UTC 2014

These are really wonderful, Jon. Thanks for doing them and posting.

On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 9:34 AM, Jonathan Bohren
<jonathan.bohren at gmail.com>wrote:

> Ryan,
> These are some great points! We've observed a lot of these things in the
> process of teaching ROS here at Hopkins. Recently I put together a couple
> of ROS tutorials which are meant to get someone started really fast without
> concept overload, especially if they have little experience with the sort
> of open source development patterns commonly used in the ROS community.
> Check them out, I haven't posted them on the wiki because I wanted to have
> a bit more control over how they're presented and to avoid the distraction
> of the other tutorials:
> 1. http:// <http://jbohren.com/articles/roscpp-hello-world>jbohren.com<http://jbohren.com/articles/roscpp-hello-world>
> /articles/ <http://jbohren.com/articles/roscpp-hello-world>roscpp<http://jbohren.com/articles/roscpp-hello-world>
> -hello-world <http://jbohren.com/articles/roscpp-hello-world>
> 2. http:// <http://jbohren.com/articles/gentle-catkin-intro/>jbohren.com<http://jbohren.com/articles/gentle-catkin-intro/>
> /articles/gentle-catkin-intro/<http://jbohren.com/articles/gentle-catkin-intro/>
> 3. http:// <http://jbohren.com/articles/modular-ros-packages/>jbohren.com<http://jbohren.com/articles/modular-ros-packages/>
> /articles/modular-ros-packages/<http://jbohren.com/articles/modular-ros-packages/>
> -j
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