Raspberry Pi Workshop 2018 Become a Coder / Maker / Inventor

Get started with Raspberry Pi and learn how to use it as a full fledged maker; from software to hardware!
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (3,704 ratings)
87,499 students
Raspberry Pi Workshop 2018 Become a Coder / Maker / Inventor
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (3,704 ratings)
87,519 students
Learn about the Raspberry Pi ecosystem
How to program with Python
Use the GPIO to interface with other hardware / sensors / electronics
Learn how to write Shell scripts
How to schedule tasks and applications
How to make desktop applications with graphical user interfaces
Learn how to use a Raspberry Pi within the "Internet of Things"

Requirements

  • Have a passion to learn how to use Raspberry Pi as a Maker

Description

Welcome to the Raspberry Pi Workshop! Here you'll be able to follow along with our series that covers everything you'll need to know to get started with your Raspberry Pi and start making awesome projects. My name is Michael from Core Electronics and I'm an electronics enthusiast with particular interest in embedded electronics. As we progress through the workshops, you'll find helpful material next to each video - these could be code snippets, commands to issue, circuits to build, or links to other resources.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is compelled to use a Raspberry Pi for more than *just a computer*

Course content

5 sections • 29 lectures • 3h 41m total length
  • Overview
    00:22
  • What is Raspberry Pi?
    03:30
  • Downloading and Installing NOOBS
    01:33
  • First Power-Up & Having a Look Around
    04:49
  • Introduction to the Shell
    09:15
  • Staying Updated
    04:22

Instructor

A team of Creative Technologists
Core Electronics
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 10,430 Reviews
  • 153,104 Students
  • 3 Courses

I'm Graham - the founder of Core Electronics. I have been learning, educating and making for over 15 years. Twelve of those were as an Avionics Technician in the Royal Australian Air Force, maintaining fighter jets and in deeper level maintenance workshops. A technically demanding job with broad exposure to many facets of electronics, which led to mentoring and educating others as a senior technician.

During that time (in 2007) I founded "Core Electronics" in Australia which has evolved to become a leading retailer for maker electronics and educational resource for tens of thousands of makers.

In 2016 we launched "Knowledge Factory" in Newcastle (Australia) - a space where we hold free community workshops to walk people over the hurdles with maker tech such as Arduino, 3D Printing and Raspberry Pi. Wonderful!

At every leg of my journey, I've been compelled to learn new skills and help others with their projects. We're now on Udemy and we look forward to helping so many others around the world.