Last weekend was the Linux User Raspberry Jam and it was excellent. We had people from all walks of life turn up to learn more about how to use the Raspberry Pi, including some people that had just got their Pi and were wondering how to use it. For the ever increasing number of newbies that are getting their first Raspberry Pi, we’ve got the perfect feature for them.
Linux User & Developer cover feature this issue is mastering Raspberry Pi in seven days. We have a tutorial per day that takes you from setting up your Pi to creating a motion-sensing camera connected to the internet. At the end of each day, you’ll have something to show for your time as you learn the ins-and-outs of your Raspberry Pi and how to create scripts for it.
Elsewhere in the magazine we show you how to use Kivy to create Android apps in python, finish our multi-part Qt tutorials and have reviews of the Intel Galileo and the PogoPlug Safeplug. You can grab issue 138 in all good newsagents and magazine racks now, or you can also buy it online from the Imagine Shop.