Raspberry Pi is brilliant for kids, hobbyists and geeks! Perfect for parents and schools to encourage children to understand technology. Updated for the latest OS and packed with step-by-step guides, this is a highly accessible guide to exploring the full potential of this exciting, open-ended, low-cost computer. From initial set-up to a multitude of practical projects, as well as hints and tips on troubleshooting, this book is ideal for anyone wanting to get to grips with this fun computer.
Mark Mayne (general editor) has written for publications including the Guardian, FT and The Mirror, and has worked for AOL, Haymarket and Future Publishing. Samuel Horti writes for a variety of technology publications, including T3, NowGamer, and Play magazine. He has also written for The Independent. Rene Millman is a freelance writer and broadcaster who covers mobile technology and the cloud. He has previously worked as an analyst for IDC and Gartner and as an editor at Dennis Publishing, SC Magazine and VNUnet (now V3). Recent work has appeared in Absolute Gadget, CloudPro and others. Laurence Mozafari is an award-winning, NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist who spends most of his days writing about celebrities as editor of heatworld.com. His career has seen him work for the BBC, Sky, FHM, ZOO and GoThinkBig.co.uk, covering news, tech, gaming, music and movies. Chris Smith is a technology journalist, writer and videographer of many magazines including T3, Gadget Magazine and TechRadar.com, Chris specialises in applications for smartphones, tablets and handheld devices.