Raspberry Pi - Uses and Projects
Date: This event took place live on November 19 2013
Presented by: Simon Monk
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
The Raspberry Pi single board computer has become immensely popular with nearly two million boards sold. Its diminutive size and the fact that it is a bare circuit board rather than a boxed computer creates some confusion as to what exactly it is for. A situation that is exacerbated by its GPIO port that allows external electronics either home made or a finished product, to be attached to it.
In this talk presented by Simon Monk author of Raspberry Pi Cookbook, he will clarify the various niches into which a Raspberry Pi can fit and also showcase some of the more interesting uses of the Raspberry Pi with examples from the Internet and his own projects.
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About Simon Monk
Simon Monk is a writer on open source hardware and is author of the soon to be release 'Raspberry Pi Cookbook' as well as 'Programming Raspberry Pi: Getting Started with Python' and numerous books on hobby electronics and Arduino.
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