Raspberry Pi for Beginners will help get you started as a coder by encouraging you to create your own programs and make the most out of your revolutionary £30 PC. (Our advice applies to Windows users too.) We cover the theory you must know and then put those concepts to work in building two games – one simple and one more complex. Games are great because they’re fun and they include all the ingredients common to most coding projects, from software utilities to robotic control. They can also lead to a great career as a games programmer. We’ll also show you how to create an independent weather station that can be sited anywhere that has power and Wi-Fi. Let’s get started and fasten your seatbelt as we welcome you to the world of coders, tinkerers, makers and rocket scientists.
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