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Raspberry Pi for Beginners / Kevin Partner

£16.99

Product description

Publication date: 2013. Condition: Very good. The cover is in very good condition with just a little wear along and near the spine but otherwise almost as new. Internally the book is in very good condition - clean, tight and unmarked - almost as new. Content: "In the 1980s we had the Atari, the BBC Micro, the ZX Spectrum, but now we have the Raspberry Pi, a fully working computer the size of a credit card that you can buy for less than £30. It is an inspiration to a new generation of programmers and this guide tells you everything you need to take advantage. Not only how to set it up, but how to get started as a coder. Author Kevin Partner makes much of his living from the skills he learned on a ZX Spectrum, and in this book he sets out how to follow in his footsteps. He will introduce you to the basic concepts of programming, walk you step by step through the process of creating your own game, and then explain how to create something a little more polished. Something, perhaps, you can charge for. So fasten your seat belt and welcome to the world of coders, tinkerers, makers and rocket scientists!"

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15 x 21 cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1781061386
ISBN-13:
9781781061381
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Dennis Publishing Ltd

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Publication date: 2013. Condition: Very good. The cover is in very good condition with just a little wear along and near the spine but otherwise almost as new. Internally the book is in very good condition - clean, tight and unmarked - almost as new. Content: "In the 1980s we had the Atari, the BBC Micro, the ZX Spectrum, but now we have the Raspberry Pi, a fully working computer the size of a credit card that you can buy for less than £30. It is an inspiration to a new generation of programmers and this guide tells you everything you need to take advantage. Not only how to set it up, but how to get started as a coder. Author Kevin Partner makes much of his living from the skills he learned on a ZX Spectrum, and in this book he sets out how to follow in his footsteps. He will introduce you to the basic concepts of programming, walk you step by step through the process of creating your own game, and then explain how to create something a little more polished. Something, perhaps, you can charge for. So fasten your seat belt and welcome to the world of coders, tinkerers, makers and rocket scientists!"

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
15 x 21 cm
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1781061386
ISBN-13:
9781781061381
Number of pages:
146
Publisher:
Dennis Publishing Ltd

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