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Raspberry Pi Projects (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 27. Dezember 2013


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"...this book is a must if you want to do more with your Raspberry Pi." (Connected Digital World, January 2014)
 

"A great introduction to the Pi and the sort of things that can be accomplished." (MmIT, February 2014)
 
"Books like this...will guide you through a given project and provide you with learning points along the way, which is a great way to learn about Linux, Python, hardware hacking or anything. Beginner or not you'll learn lots by following the guide set out by experts such as these." (RaspberryPi.org, March 2014)


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Good Book, With Only A Couple of Complaints. 31. Dezember 2013
Von Joe - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There are a couple of things about this book that I REALLY like. First is that it is a good learning tool. It starts with some really basic Python code (an insult generator), advances to something more advanced (tic-tac-toe, from 2 player to an intro to AI) and for the most part continues with this pattern throughout the book. Getting a little more advanced with each turn of the page. (The exception to this comes in the hardware projects, where some of the earlier projects are harder than some of the later).

This book also does a pretty good job, most of the time, at explaining things at a level I (as a relative beginner) can understand. For example, it goes into what resistors are and why they are important.

However, I do have a couple of nits to pick.

First, I was disappointed that there wasn't a more detailed explanation in some areas. I don't understand circuit diagrams (yet), but if you show me a picture of a Raspberry Pi and a breadboard, and what wire should go where, and where I should put the resistors and other components, I can follow that. Hopefully in the next edition of this book they will add more diagrams like this.

Second, the hardware project chapters were inconsistent. Some mentioned what components you needed to buy, others did not. A consistent table at the beginning or end of the chapter, including pictures of the component, would have been very helpful.

Finally, and most importantly. Be warned! This book is largely a selling vehicle for the PiFace component (in which the author(s) have a stake, if I'm not mistaken). That's a $45 component that you pretty much have to buy to follow this book. It's a great component, don't get me wrong, but spending more on the component than you did on the Raspberry Pi can be a bit of a shock.

The projects in this book could easily be done without the PiFace, but because the projects are PiFace-centered, you would have to translate not only the wiring, but also the code (as the PiFace has its own version of GPIO and its own Python libraries).

Great book, but be prepared to spend a pretty good sum of cash if you want to do the projects, and expect the occasional head scratch as you try to fill in the missing explanations.
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Excellent Book, but Requires the PiFace Interface 14. September 2014
Von BKromps - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a well-written book with a good amount of background that someone who has a technical interest can understand. As an engineer, I want to broaden my experience basis (trained in classical mech/aero) to include more programming and IT-type work. This book is a great introduction to the Python language and is very easy to work with.

However, there are a few items to note:
1. Many of the instructions include information to install software packages available at the time of writing. Obviously a "version 3.1.2" of some software package will likely not stay that way for long, so it did take a bit of digging to figure out how to find the current packages and debug some of the installation errors I got along the way. Perhaps including instructions on how to find and download the latest distributions would be helpful. (in case something isn't specifically available)
2. This book is written assuming you purchased the PiFace expansion board. It is a very handy piece of equipment, and allows for tremendous opportunities to make your Pi talk to to its environment. But, I didn't know that I needed that board when I bought the book, so it took a while to actually get started (also the PiFace costs about the same amount as the Raspberry Pi anyway, so be aware).

Besides those issues, this book has been great and has introduced me to things I never would have imagined before. I think it is very well written and is a good tool for the aspiring programmer or tinkerer to buy.
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a nice book 20. November 2014
Von swift1911 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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ok,what a nice job.very detail and helpful,i love it very much.it will be helpful to my graduate paper.five star recommend.
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Great How-To for the rank beginner 16. Mai 2014
Von Richard L Fuller - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book starts out with an assumption that the reader is a newbie like me and teaches one how to crawl before walking. The programs are explained in detail and are fun. I've only made it about a quarter of the way through the book but I've already learned a lot.
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Nice book for beginers! 1. Juni 2015
Von Hugo Arganda - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Nice book for beginers! A gerat way to get involved with the RPi.
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