Raspberry Pi – The Beginners Guide Vol 33

Unleash the coding power of the amazing Raspberry Pi!

  • Over 160 high-quality pages of Raspberry Pi guides
  • Packed with top tips and tutorials
  • Learn coding with Python and C++
  • Featuring in-depth tutorials for Raspbian
  • Discover some fantastic Pi projects

This publication brings you all the high-quality information you would expect from a technical guide book, but delivered in a fully illustrated, bright, colourful, user-friendly and jargon-free manner. Our team of editorial and design experts are committed to bringing you up-to-date user tutorials in an easy to follow step-by-step approach, ensuring you receive the optimum Raspberry Pi user experience.

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Raspberry Pi – The Beginners Guide Vol 33

Inside, we cover the key elements to help you get the most from your Raspberry Pi, making this your go-to independent Pi book.

Raspberry Pi Setup and Basics

Starting off is often the trickiest part of any technical project. With that in mind, we will help you get up and running with your Raspberry Pi, with an eye to the future and your own unique projects.

Unlocking Raspbian

Raspbian is the Raspberry Pi’s recommended operating system (although you can install several others). It comes complete with a productivity suite, powerful photo editor and much more. It’s a complete, desktop all-in-one OS.

Mastering Linux

Raspbian is a Linux-based operating system, which means it works differently to that of Windows and Mac systems. This book will help you discover how both Linux and Raspbian work and how to master this OS.

Pi and Python

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world and it comes pre-installed with Raspbian; all you need to do is launch the app and unleash your imagination.

C++ Power

If you want to really stretch your Pi programming skills, then learning C++ will do the job. We’ve got some great tutorials alongside the raw C++ code you will need to get to grips with the power of C++.

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