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You may be just getting started or have already started to learn how to build projects with your Raspberry Pi, but knowing what to do first and which path to follow can be quite hard, and you may feel baffled. The problem with most online resources for Raspberry Pi is that they focus on making you run existing programs so that you feel you’ve accomplished a lot; but, in reality, you’ve just copied or pasted some random code and didn’t even scratch the surface. The why you should do that is not covered. Then the next time you need to do something on your own, you feel stuck and too dependent on other people's code.
This course focuses on the why and helps you to become more autonomous with your Raspberry Pi. You will be able to start your own projects without having to desperately search for code on the internet to copy and paste. My personal goal is to help you understand enough to get started quickly and to make you think as a problem solver with engineer-level skills.
This complete hands-on, step-by-step course targets the latest version of Raspberry Pi, which is Raspberry Pi 4. Everything also works perfectly for Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 versions. At the end of the course, you will have a strong foundation with your Raspberry Pi, and you will be able to start your own projects in no time.
Distributed by Manning Publications
This course was created independently by Edouard Renard and is distributed by Manning through our exclusive liveVideo platform.
Edouard Renard is a software engineer, entrepreneur, and robotics teacher. He enjoys teaching new technologies to people and makes complex stuff easy to understand. His method is simple and contains only three words—step by step.
He knows how hard it can be to learn a new topic and to be lost in an ocean of information without knowing what to do. In his courses, he makes sure that his students learn one step at a time through practicing and that students also learn the best practices.
Edouard is passionate about robotics. He cofounded a robotics startup in 2016, building a complete robotic arm from scratch with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Ubuntu, and ROS. He likes building cool new robotics projects in his free time.
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