Sat 11 March, 2017
Workshop 14a focuses on the basics of Python and using it with the Sense HAT.
Learn how to boot your Raspberry Pi, then have a go with the Python programming language, before moving on to its use within Minecraft: Pi Edition, and a demonstration of using the popular Sense HAT addon board.
This is an introductory workshop.
2017, workshop-intermediate, workshop-introductory, Workshops
Sat 11 February, 2017
Start with a command-line version of Raspbian, and learn how to install a GUI of your choice.
If you attended Workshop 12 on the Linux command line, and would like to have a go at a hands-on activity, this exercise will teach you to create your own personalised version of Raspbian.
Follows on from Workshop 12
2017, Activities, workshop-intermediate
Sat 8 October, 2016
Workshop 12 explains how to use a motor controller chip, and how to make a breadboard circuit to drive a motor.
The workshop shows how to control a motor with the Raspberry Pi, using a breadboard circuit and a standard motor controller chip. The motor is then programmed with the Python GPIO library.
This is an intermediate workshop, it will help to have some previous experience with Python.
2016, workshop-intermediate, Workshops