Published in association with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, Haynes has created the Raspberry Pi Manual: A practical guide to the revolutionary small computer.
With cooking lessons on programming languages and operating systems, and little recipes that give enough information to gather a whole pantry full of useful bits and pieces, this manual is aimed at those who are switching to the device for the first time.
The manual provides just enough information to get the reader, or teacher, started on the road to computer programming. It features projects from programming the game of snake to making Yoda provide Twitter alerts and creating an MP3 server or home media centre.
The book also includes a foreword by Raspberry Pi founders Eben and Liz Upton explaining that ‘given a small amount of the right knowledge, you can build anything’.
The Raspberry Pi Manual: A practical guide to the revolutionary small computer, which is written by Dr Gray Girling, is available from Haynes and is priced at £17.99.