For Sebastian Pohl (co-founder of Binary Impact GmbH), it has always been particularly interesting not to simply throw away electrical appliances when they no longer work, but to repair or even improve them. The sporadic replacement of blown fuses or defective components has turned into a passion for do-it-yourself projects in the electronics field. During his studies in computer science, the projects become more and more complex, so the introduction of the Raspberry Pi was a big event: Finally, it was possible to equip even compact prototypes with comparatively strong computing power. This enthusiasm was then carried over into his professional life as a software and hardware developer, where he regularly produces feasibility tests or individual pieces for use in many areas from digital signage to event technology on behalf of customers.
Sebastian has decided to share his experiences and has summarized them in the book Raspberry Pi: Kompendium: Linux, Programmierung und Projekte. The Raspberry Pi has revolutionized the world of hobbyists: Despite being only the size of a credit card, it is a full-fledged mini-computer and offers almost unlimited possibilities for exciting projects in a wide variety of fields.
With this book you will learn hands-on the necessary basics of the Linux operating system to work efficiently with the Pi, programming with Python and the basics of electronics. The book concludes with a comprehensive set of sample projects to follow. This way you can fully exploit the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi and implement your own ideas!
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