Price drop: The Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Training Bundle

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Raspberry PiThe Raspberry Pi has become one of the most popular tools for hobbyists and engineers alike. If you want to learn how it all works, and even build a robot, The Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Training Bundle is your one-stop shop.

The Raspberry Pi is is a cute little computer which you can plug into a keyboard to perform all sorts of tasks, from building electronics to playing games. You don’t need to be a tech whizz to enjoy dabbling with these gizmos.

The 21 hours of training in this learning kit take you through some fascinating and useful concepts, demonstrating the versatility of this nifty piece of tech.

Through six courses you’ll learn the history of supercomputing & parallel programming, and then how to parallelize computations to increase speed & power. You’ll get some hacking skills as you learn how to use common Linux tools to penetrate wireless networks, and even learn Python programming so that you can manipulate your marvelous machines.

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Perhaps most exciting is the PiBot course, in which you acquire all the skills to build and control your own robot. It’s worth $30 alone.

Here’s the Raspberry Pi bundle:


At just $19.99, there’s a colossal 91% price drop on the retail value of the bundle. It’s a great time to take advantage because the offer looks to end on Sunday.

More than 2,600 keen minds have already signed up. To join then hit the button below.

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May 15, 2018 at 08:04AM