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An Illustrated Introduction to the Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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For those out there who are more visual learners – Becca Rose has a great illustrated guide to getting started with your Raspberry Pi on Instructables.

The Raspberry Pi was originally designed to be a tool for hands-on learning about how computers work. It is also a tool that can be used to make all sorts of creative programming projects. The point of the Pi is to be accessible, and I have made this short illustrated introduction for people who are new to the Raspberry Pi, and are interested in learning a few basics, before diving into other projects.

Check it out here!


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