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Learn Raspberry Pi Programming with Python will show you how to program your nifty new $35 computer to make a web spider, a weather station, a media server, and more. You'll learn how to program in Python on your Raspberry Pi with hands-on examples and fun projects.
Even if you're completely new to programming in general, you'll figure out how to create a home security system, an underwater photography system, an RC plane with a camera, and even a near-space weather balloon with a camera.
You'll learn how to make a variety of fun and even useful projects, from a web bot to search and
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Produktbeschreibung
Learn Raspberry Pi Programming with Python will show you how to program your nifty new $35 computer to make a web spider, a weather station, a media server, and more. You'll learn how to program in Python on your Raspberry Pi with hands-on examples and fun projects.

Even if you're completely new to programming in general, you'll figure out how to create a home security system, an underwater photography system, an RC plane with a camera, and even a near-space weather balloon with a camera.

You'll learn how to make a variety of fun and even useful projects, from a web bot to search and download files to a toy to drive your pets insane. You'll even learn how to use Pi with Arduino as well as Pi with Gertboard, an expansion board with an onboard ATmega microcontroller.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 08.05.2014
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781430264255
  • Artikelnr.: 43795384
Autorenporträt
Wolfram Donat graduated from the University of Alaska with a BS in Computer Engineering as well as minors in Music and Mathematics. Along with interests in robotics, computer vision, and embedded systems, his general technological interests and Internet expertise serve to make him an extremely eclectic programmer. He specializes in C and C++ with additional skills in Python, Java, and C#. He is a best-selling author on Amazon and has received funding from both NASA and the University for his work in autonomous submersibles and computer vision.
Inhaltsangabe
Learn Raspberry Pi Programming with Python

· Chapter 1: Introduction to the Raspberry Pi

· Chapter 2: Linux by the Seat of Your Pants

· Chapter 3: Introduction to Python

· Chapter 4: Electronics at 100 MPF

· Chapter 5: The Web bot

· Chapter 6: The Weather Station

· Chapter 7: The Media Server

· Chapter 8: The Home Security System

· Chapter 9: The Cat Toy

· Chapter 10: The Radio-controlled Airplane

· Chapter 11: The Weather Balloon

· Chapter 12: The Submersible

· Chapter 13: The Raspberry Pi and the Arduino

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Rezensionen
"Donat (independent scholar) provides a volume that is about equally divided between background material (Python, Circuits, the Raspberry Pi) and a set of stimulating 'maker' projects that combine coding, circuit-building, and mechanical construction. The writing style is casual but clear. ... the determined hobbyist with sufficient experience will find the background material useful and the projects challenging, stimulating, and rewarding, and the book likewise serves as a useful resource for libraries hosting makerspaces." (C. Vickery, Choice, Vol. 56 (6), February, 2019)