Raspberry Pi Course for Beginners is a great way to get started with learning raspberry pi. Raspberry Pi Course for Beginners lets you make 12 basic projects which helps you gain the practical knowledge of the components you have only studied in theory.
This kit is specifically designed for complete beginners, you don’t require any prior experience with Electronics or Coding.
The online course will be your guide as it contains a step by step approach to install and build projects from scratch.
The Raspberry Pi Course for Beginner is based on a development board Raspberry Pi zero W. It is generally used for developing prototypes and electronics projects. The course is designed for beginners having no experience in coding or electronics. The course begins with a basic list of specifications covered from all it’s individual components to the ports required for connections. We have to understand that how Raspberry pi is different from Arduino. The next step will cover the installation and setup of raspbian os which is the driving force for creating any application or project using raspberry pi. Once setup, the course will teach you to build and improvise 4 projects. Learn how to experiment using LEDs, build a piano using Buzzer , write your name on a 16X2 LCD using the I2C interface and create your digital alarm clock.
No previous programming or electronics knowledge required
Learn everything from scratch!
What you’ll learn
Introduction to Raspberry Pi
Installing the Operating system to govern Raspberry Pi.
Setting up PC to connect Raspberry Pi.
GUI remote connections using Virtual Network Connection (VNC) .
Understanding General Purpose Input Output Pins (GPIO).
What you’ll build?
Build LED blinking Indicators using GPIO Pins.
How to Interface a LED
Basic program to trigger LED on/off.
Create a blinking effect using delay.
Create a piano using Buzzer.
How to interface Buzzer
Change frequency values for Buzzer.
Create a piano using frequency changes in Buzzer.
Interface 16X2 LCD and Print your Name.
Introduction to I2C.
Interface I2C with LCD 16X2.
Print customized message using Raspberry Pi.
Digital Alarm Clock using LCD and Buzzer.
Interface LCD , LED and Buzzer.
Develop logic and program to create alarm clock.
Print customized message for alarm according to the timings.
Tushar is a Data Scientist at Thales where he helps institutions move traditional data centers to the cloud. He has worked for several large telecommunication providers managing and configuring network infrastructure using Java, Python, Shell, NPL and OpenCV.