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Raspberry Pi Resources
*Upton, E., & Halfacree, G. (2016). Raspberry Pi user guide (Fourth edition). Chichester, West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Main Collection - Levels 3 & 4 QA 76.5 U686 2016
*Monk, S. (2016). Programming the Raspberry Pi : getting started with Python (Second edition). New York: McGraw Hill Education.
Main Collection - Levels 3 & 4 QA 76.73 P98 M66 2016
*Molloy, D. (2016). Exploring Raspberry Pi : interfacing to the real world with embedded Linux. Indianapolis, IN: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Main Collection - Levels 3 & 4 QA 76.8 R15 M65 2016
*Richardson, M., & Wallace, S. (2016). Getting started with Raspberry Pi : getting to know the inexpensive ARM-powered Linux computer (Third edition). San Francisco, CA: Maker Media.
Main Collection - Levels 3 & 4 QA 76.8. R15 R53 2016
Raspberry Pi Upton, E., & Halfacree, G. (2016). Raspberry Pi user guide (Fourth edition.). Chichester, England: Wiley.
Robinson, A. (2014). Raspberry Pi projects. Chichester, England: Wiley.
Philbin, C. (2014). Adventures in Raspberry Pi. Chichester [England: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporation.
Wentk, R., Black, A., Hellert, S., Hallett, P., Heusel, K., Siesky, R., & Swadley, R. (2014). Teach yourself visually Raspberry Pi. Indianapolis, Indiana: Visual.
Golden, R. (2013). Raspberry Pi networking cookbook an epic collection of practical and engaging recipes for the Raspberry Pi!. Birmingham, England: Packt Pub.
Sjogelid, S. (2013). Raspberry Pi for secret agents turn your Raspberry Pi into your very own secret agent toolbox with this set of exciting projects!. Birmingham, U.K: Packt Publishing.
Kula, P. (2014). Raspberry pi server essentials. Birmingham, England: Packt Publishing.
Raspberry Pi Official Documentation
How To Mechatronics- Website teaching robotics, automation, and provides tutorials and open-source learning for making this happen on arduinos, raspberry pi, and opensource technologies/platforms. Often involves app-driven automation designed and controlled through MIT App Inventor 2 platform.
MIT App Inventor 2- Easy platform to create apps in a block based, visual programming style. These apps can tether with bluetooth, and can run on cell phones to control arduino,raspberry pi through bluetooth, network and web based systems. http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu/