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You can become a Raspberry Pi master for as low as $19

These three Raspberry Pi training resources are all on sale today.
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July 5, 2018
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Not too long ago, creating electronics and gadgets that could communicate with each other usually called for a computer science degree and a team of engineers. However, with the advent of Raspberry Pi, virtually anyone can build their own homemade electronics using a computer roughly the size of a credit card. From music machines and weather stations to motion detectors and wearables, Raspberry Pi's applications are limited only by the user's imagination, and getting started is easier than you think. The Complete Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle features four courses to get you started, and it's on sale for only $19.

Designed for absolute beginners, this collection eases you into the Raspberry Pi platform with the basics, like coding with Python and using GPIO pins and sensors in your projects. You'll come to understand all the components needed to get your Raspberry Pi system running and then practice what you've learned with several projects, including creating an Amazon Echo clone, as well as a GPS tracking system.

If you're looking for a more hands-on introduction into the Raspberry Pi platform, the 37 Sensors Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi sets you up with a Raspberry Pi 3, along with a sensor Kit that has 37 sensor modules and instructions for 35 products. That way, you'll have plenty of hardware to practice with while you're still getting familiar with IoT—all for its $129.99 sale price.

For those looking to cover all of their DIY electronics bases, you can get both the sensor kit and the course collection together with The Ultimate Raspberry Pi 3B Starter Kit. The kit would normally retail for $582, but it's on sale today for only $145.99

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