Raspberry Pi for Beginners is published by Imagine Publishing Ltd in October 2016. This book has 164 pages in English, ISBN-13 .
Recently, the smallest Raspberry Pi device was released, the Pi Zero, costing under a fiver, and smaller than your bankcard. It was truly one of the most innovative products released, and has begun to change the front of Pi programming. Since then, weâ™ve also seen the Pi 3, the first Wi-Fi enabled model. This new, updated edition will guide you through selecting the best model for you, setting up your new device and taking your first steps with your new gadget. Once you have mastered the basics, you can sink your teeth into fun practical projects and learn about Python and Scratch programming.
– Select the right model for you, navigate your new gadget and install the latest OSs
– Make the most of your Raspberry Pi and put your skills into practice with practical projects
– Master the basics of Scratch and Python by learning the jargon and building sample games
Troubleshooting, FAQs & glossary
– Fix common problems for hardware and software, and use the glossary and FAQs as reference