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March 14 is
national pi day (not PIE) 3.14..........
the many kinds of pi's out there, the latest Raspberry Pi version
3 was released on 3-14-18 dubbbed the 3b+
you have ever thought of dabbling in making your own computer, here
is the scoop on getting started.
you plug anything into your Raspberry Pi, make sure that you have
all the equipment you need:
1. A monitor or TV with the correct cable and adapter - Let's
get started by making sure you have all the cables and accessories
you will need, and showing you how to plug them all in.
2. A micro USB power supply - The
official and recommended universal micro USB power supply for Raspberry
3. A wired keyboard and mouse, or a wireless keyboard and mouse with
a Bluetooth adapter
4. A micro SD card
5. A Raspberry Pi - The
is a $35 investment. it has 1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core processor,
dual-band wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.2/BLE, faster Ethernet, and Power-over-Ethernet
support (with separate PoE HAT)
get started with Raspberry Pi, you also need an operating system.
If you haven't purchased a pre-installed SD card, details on how to
install an operating system onto an SD card can be found in this software
guide. Find out how to get an operating system onto your micro
SD card so you can start using software on your Raspberry Pi. These
subjects are covered here: Downloading and installing the Raspberry
Pi software; Learn how to update your SD card; Connect your Raspberry
Pi to WiFi; Learn how to install more applications; Discover how to
back up your SD card; Start learning or making with free resources.
you need to access a Raspberry Pi without connecting it to a monitor.
Perhaps the Pi is embedded in something like a robot, or you may want
to view some information from it from elsewhere. Maybe you simply
don't have a spare monitor! You can find more information on accessing
your Raspberry Pi remotely here.
so now you have one- what do I do with it? Here are some projects:
Pi: Top projects to try yourself
of the best projects to try on the Raspberry Pi 3 microcomputer
tasty treats to bake in March 2018
this device users can place treasure upon a map and use GPS to track
their progress to the treasure.
you may want to join a blog for more information
may want to download a PDF paper with all this info. Get