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Raspberry Pi Projects Paperback – 27 Dec 2013
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this book is a must if you want to do more with your Raspberry Pi. (Connected Digital World, January 2014)
A great introduction to the Pi and the sort of things that can be accomplished. (MmIT, February 2014)
Books like this will guide you through a given project and provide you with learning points along the way, which is a great way to learn about Linux, Python, hardware hacking or anything. Beginner or not you ll learn lots by following the guide set out by experts such as these. (RaspberryPi.org, March 2014)
This book provides a great entry into the world of the Raspberry Pi. It has a wide range of different projects something for everyone (BCS, September 2014)
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Yet the main reason this gets three stars instead of four for this arrangement, is that the hardware tutorials do not give you a list of materials you need to get at the start of the chapters. Meaning I have to read through the whole chapter, write down what I need to order; and hope that I got all the right parts.
Overall good book.
I have wanted a Pi for a while now, but wasn't sure what I would actually do with it or where to start. This books helps you to get to grips with the basics and take it further. The projects are great to follow, and there's plenty of room for taking the standard code they give you and making it your own by re-writing some in a different way etc.
I found many of the projects artificial. I did not find this up to the standard of the Raspberry Pi User Guide (which I expected, since they were both from the same series).
I much prefer "Exploring Raspberry Pi" by Derek Molloy, if you okay for something a little more technical.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has been written for the Pi2 but it is still relevant with Pi3Published 2 months ago by D Wallwork
Poor print quality and the small and faded text is unnecessarily hard to read.Published 12 months ago by Antti Lipponen
Found it useless. First few chapters are just a waist of paper - don't see any value it the purely software projects described there. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Andrew
Four of these projects have already been completed and my son is now tutoring younger children on how to use the guide - a much loved book, thank you.Published 21 months ago by Caroline ap
Bought this to see if I would like a Raspberry Pi. Having read it, I wouldn't albeit this book features a varied range of applications, many of a 'graphics' nature.Published 22 months ago by El-Bandido