The course is designed for beginners who wish to work with Raspberry Pi. It doesn’t matter, if you already know Python Programming. We will begin our journey of Raspberry Pi right from the basics from setting-up a Raspberry Pi for first time boot. Later on, we will make some Raspberry Pi Projects. The concept learned in early part of the course will help us take projects to the next level.
The Biggest objective of this course is to help you quickly get started with Raspberry Pi3/4 . This course will not only help you learn Raspberry Pi Programming but also help you understand underlying concepts of operating systems. We will build some cool projects which will motivate you to learn concept of electronics
This course is step-by-step guide to setup Raspberry Pi for Programming. The course starts with very basics and ends up making internet connected applications. We will setup every circuit from scratch and write python programs for it. We will spend enough time in the beginning to get basics right. This will save time in long run and make you feel confident working with Raspberry Pi and Python.
Later on, we will be building some mini projects using LED, Switches, DHT11 Sensors (Temperature/Humidity/Light/Distance), Streaming Live Data to IOT Cloud (Internet of Things) and many more. These Projects will be small yet very powerful which enable you to get hands on experience with different technologies related to Embedded Software and Hardware Development.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone curious about Raspberry Pi4 & Microprocessor Programming
- People with no experience in Electronics and Software Development
- Students, Raspberry Pi Makers and Professionals looking to build Product Prototype
- Raspberry Pi makers who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge about Embedded Linux
- Raspberry Pi3/4 Model B/B+
- Computer with installed Windows OS
- You can create a small circuit with breadboard
- Knowledge of a multimeter, breadboard, Jumper wires will be great (but not must)
- Electronics Components: LED (5mm), Resistor (330ohm), Tact Switch, DHT11 Sensor Module
- Tools: HDMI Screen, HDMI Cable, MicroSD Card (8GB, Class 6), SDCard Adaptor, USB Keyboard, Mouse
- For Raspberry Pi4 additional: USB Type-C Cable, Micro HDMI to HDMI Adapter required to complete Setup
Last Updated 3/2020
Source : https://www.udemy.com/course/raspberry-pi-essentials/