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Raspberry Pi For Kids For Dummies by Richard Wentk

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About the Author

Richard Wentk has been building things out of electronic parts and code for more than 35 years. He is a regular contributor to various UK technology magazines and is the author of Teach Yourself Visually Raspberry Pi, iOS App Development Portable Genius, and more than ten other titles. He lives on the South Coast of England surrounded by beaches, gardens, high-speed broadband, and an inexplicably large collection of Raspberry Pis.

Dedication

Dedicated to Team HGA. (Scientia potestas est.)

Author’s Acknowledgments

Books are always a team effort. I’d like to thank Katie Mohr for getting the project started, Kelly Ewing for shepherding it to a successful conclusion, and Rui Santos for assiduous comments and feedback.

Of course, the book wouldn’t have been possible without the efforts of the Raspberry Pi Foundation to bring affordable computing to a new generation and to the thousands of developers who contribute their time and expertise for free in the Open Source community to make projects like the Pi possible. They also deserve many thanks.

Publisher’s Acknowledgments

Senior Acquisitions Editor: Katie Mohr

Project Editor: Kelly Ewing

Copy Editor: Kelly Ewing

Editorial Assistant: Claire Brock

Sr. Editorial Assistant: Cherie Case

Production Editor: Suresh Srinivasan

Cover Image: ©Wiley

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