The latest edition of 'The Adventures of Raspberry Pi, 2nd Edition' features updates on the revision 3 edition of Raspberry Pi models.
If you like to learn and 'do' at the same time, this book is ideal for you. Carrie-Anne uses nine projects, each with an accompanying video, to help you grasp key computing concepts using the Raspberry Pi. Written with 11-15 year olds in mind, the book is also great for parents who want to support and encourage their children with their computing skills. Teachers — this book can help you teach computing skills in your classroom. For learners of all abilities, 'The Adventures of Raspberry Pi, 2nd Edition' helps to make learning easy and fun. You can also collect badges on the completion of each project.
Plenty of information on;
- How to set up your Pi
- How to communicate with your computer using command lines
- Creating stories and games using SCRATCH
- Creating shapes with TURTLE GRAPHICS
- Programming using PYTHON
- Using MINECRAFT for programming and computer games
- Coding music using SONIC PI v2.0
- Using General Purpose Input/Output pins (GPIO)
- Building a jukebox
About the author
Carrie-Anne Philbin, (the author of Adventures in Raspberry Pi), works with the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote computing education within schools and is a Google certified secondary school Computing & ICT teacher.
Title; Adventures In Raspberry Pi
Date of Publication; 2015
Author; Carrie Anne Philbin
Author First Name; Carrie Anne
Author Last Name; Philbin
Number of Pages; 256
13 Digit ISBN; 9781119046028