Ebook: Programming the Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python


Program your own Raspberry Pi projects

Create innovative programs and fun games on your tiny yet powerful Raspberry Pi. In this book, electronics guru Simon Monk explains the basics of Raspberry Pi application development, while providing hands-on examples and ready-to-use scripts. See how to set up hardware and software, write and debug applications, create user-friendly interfaces, and control external electronics. Do-it-yourself projects include a hangman game, an LED clock, and a software-controlled roving robot.

  • Boot up and configure your Raspberry Pi
  • Navigate files, folders, and menus
  • Create Python programs using the IDLE editor
  • Work with strings, lists, and functions
  • Use and write your own libraries, modules, and classes
  • Add Web features to your programs
  • Develop interactive games with Pygame
  • Interface with devices through the GPIO port
  • Build a Raspberry Pi Robot and LED Clock
  • Build professional-quality GUIs using Tkinter

Ebook: Raspberry Pi User Guide


Make the most out of the world’s first truly compact computer

It’s the size of a credit card, it can be charged like a smartphone, it runs on open-source Linux, and it holds the promise of bringing programming and playing to millions at low cost. And now you can learn how to use this amazing computer from its co-creator, Eben Upton, in Raspberry Pi User Guide. Cowritten with Gareth Halfacree, this guide gets you up and running on Raspberry Pi, whether you’re an educator, hacker, hobbyist, or kid. Learn how to connect your Pi to other hardware, install software, write basic programs, and set it up to run robots, multimedia centers, and more.

  • Gets you up and running on Raspberry Pi, a high-tech computer the size of a credit card
  • Helps educators teach students how to program
  • Covers connecting Raspberry Pi to other hardware, such as monitors and keyboards, how to install software, and how to configure Raspberry Pi
  • Shows you how to set up Raspberry Pi as a simple productivity computer, write basic programs in Python, connect to servos and sensors, and drive a robot or multimedia center

Get your own Raspberry Pi and start to experiment with it


Raspberry Pi is great. Is a microcomputer as big as a credit card with an ARM processor witch run Linux. Some weeks ago on the internet blogs say that Andorid ICS (android 4.0) was ported on this device.

More Tehnical info?

  • Hardware Platform: Linux
  • USB Ports: 2, RCA and HDMI video out
  • Audio out: 3.5mm jack and HDMI
  • SD-Card
  • Network 10/100 Ethernet RJ45

The price of this device is just 59.95 US Dollars (price is from Amazon)

You can read mode about this device on the Raspberry Pi User Guide or if you feel like experimenting with it on the Programming the Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python

Android 4.0 port for Raspberry Pi, want one now?


Was not long the time we can order the Raspberry Pi without the wainting list. Some use it for projects some for fun but it came with linux and linux is not for everyone when it come to install some new apps.

Now you can make with 35$ the Android mini computer you want or maybe to transform your old TV in a SmartTv with Android apps, youtube, internet browsing, and more.

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