Learn all about the Raspberry Pi 3 and what you can do with it. No previous technical skills required!
The Raspberry Pi 3 is a powerful minicomputer that has gained popularity for its versatility with hobbyists, DIYers, students, and digital engineers.
More than just a tiny computer, the Raspberry Pi is also a microcontroller that can light LEDs, spin motors, obtain sensor input, and much more.
This book serves as a beginners guide to the Raspberry Pi 3. Including how to acquire the device, we also explain how to set it up and get going building your own projects. No prior experience with electronics is necessary!
Between offering project ideas and links to popular peripherals, this book will keep the Raspberry Pi owner busy learning and exploring the world around them. For children and adults alike, the Raspberry Pi is an amazing device that fosters creativity. This book is the starter guide for their journey.
This book will save you hours upon hours of trying to figure this stuff out for yourself!
This book includes:
What is the Raspberry Pi 3?
How to set up the Raspberry Pi 3
How to use Raspbian
Accessories for the Raspberry Pi 3
Advanced circuits with the Raspberry Pi 3
Raspberry Pi tips and tricks
Take action now and download this book to start your journey towards Raspberry Pi 3 mastery today!
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Not ideal as an audio book
Include a pdf reference the images mention in the book.
Clear and Audible
Yes, it inspired me to get the hard copy.
Include a pdf referencing the images mentioned in the book. This book is a guide and not proper as an audio book without having the hard copy first.There is so much information in the book, one will need to reference those from time to time while on a project.
Too many commands
The beginning of this book was very informative. Toward the middle of the book it started giving example projects and it seemed like half of the time I just heard random lines of code being announced which I skipped past. I would rather learn conceptual information and learn the code later than hear a bunch of characters be announced for an hour.
- Logan Bleam