Last night's Raspberry Pi for Beginners Workshop was a full-house. In two hours we covered a complete start-up experience with the Raspberry Pi, from demoing multiple operating systems through to writing code to control real-world hardware. As usual, participants were starting their adventures with Raspberry Pi from many different backgrounds: some with deep experience in programming and some who had never built a circuit before - we're so pleased to have helped with your first!
One participant was interested in building an air-quality monitor and logger with a Raspberry Pi - a great project that can make use of the Pi's internet connectivity and display capability.
If you're wondering how to get started with Raspberry Pi, or other maker-favourites, sign up for one of our in-house workshops. If you're itching for more Raspberry Pi, we have a more comprehensive, free online course and tutorials where you can explore even more topics.
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