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Here’s how you can master Raspberry Pi for as low as $19

These three Raspberry Pi training resources are perfect for any skill level, and are all on sale today.
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Thanks to DIY electronics platforms like Raspberry Pi, the barriers to entry for aspiring creators have never been lower. Now, virtually anyone can create their own smart devices, sensors, or even robots with some basic programming skills and a circuit board. If you've ever wanted to try your hand at Raspberry Pi programming, the Complete Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle includes four in-depth training courses to help you get started, and while it's normally over $300, it's on sale today for just $19.

This hands-on training collection is designed for complete beginners, and eases you into Raspberry Pi programming with essential skills like coding with Python and using sensors and GPIO pins in your projects. From there, you'll get step-by-step instruction building your own Raspberry Pi projects like a GPS tracking system, an Amazon Echo clone, and a fully-functional web server to remotely control an AC appliance.

While the Complete Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle offers all the training you'll need to learn Raspberry Pi, if you want to put your skills to use, you should grab the Complete Raspberry Pi 3B+ Starter Kit & Course Bundle. In addition to all the training you'll need, you'll get a brand new Raspberry Pi 3B+ board and 37 sensor modules, plus instructions on how to build projects like rain detection sensors, auto-flash LEDs, and more. The whole bundle is available for $140, over 60 percent off its usual price.

Of course, if you'd just like the hardware without the training, you can pick up the 37 Sensors Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi for $130, $20 off its normal price. These discounts won't last long, so grab yours today.

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