- Different ways to configure a Raspberry Pi
- Selecting the right monitor, power supply, and memory card
- Getting started with NOOBS
- Determining which OS suits your needs
- Enabling Virtual Network Computing (VNC)
- Sound with the Raspberry Pi
- General Purpose Input-Output (GPIO)
- Setting up a breadboard
- Connecting the Camera Module to a Raspberry Pi
Skill Level Beginner
- [Mark] Behind every great piece of software is the hardware to get the job done. Raspberry Pi is a micro computer that can help you explore real world computing. In my LinkedIn Learning course on Raspberry Pi, I'll show you hands-on examples of how to safely and successfully get a Raspberry Pi up and running, so you can experiment with the world of physical computing. I'm Mark Niemann-Ross, and I've been experimenting with embedded computing since 1978, when my father brought home a micro processor.
Grab your Raspberry Pi and jump into the world of embedded real-world computing.
2. Board and Accessories
3. Getting Started with NOOBS
4. Raspberry Pi Operating Systems
6. Sound I/O
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