David Rogers, CEO of Copper Horse who volunteers at the coding club writes about getting going with your new Raspberry Pi Christmas present.
Santa may have brought a Raspberry Pi or two to your house this Christmas. But what now? Set it all up for the kids? Buy more kit? Leave them to it?
The simple answer is that you probably want to learn together with your kids – they might be able to get you interested too.
What Kit Have You Got?
To get started with a Pi, you will need to have some basic kit. You can buy a Raspberry Pi on its own, but you won’t get very far – you’ll need at least a power supply, microSD card (for the software), a keyboard and HMDI enabled monitor. A lot of people buy starter kits for the Raspberry Pi that will give you everything you need, just…
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