These articles are related to programming with Arduino or Connduino.
This article makes an introduction to EEPROM modules, how to wire them, understand them and effectively take advantage of them in our programs with an Arduino or any compatible board, like the ConnDuino that is discussed through this site. To be more specific, this article is about EEPROM modules that use the I2C (also called TWI) interface, although a section about the Atmega328 built-in EEPROM is included.
In this article, the writing and reading of continuous blocks is explained. These operations are a little bit more complicated to implement and some better understanding of the EEPROM is required, but for large objects they are a magnitude faster.