The Raspberry Pi brings the same opportunities to today’s would-be programmers that the ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Atari and Amiga did to previous generations. A fully working computer the size of a credit card that you can buy for less than £30, the Pi is the ideal platform for learning about programming, everything from games to robots. This guide will get you started as a coder by encouraging you to create your own programmes. So fasten your seat belt and welcome to the world of coders, tinkerers, makers and rocket scientists.
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