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Raspberry Pi Bootcamp : For the Beginner

Lee Assam, University Instructor, Software Developer

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43 Lessons (2h 1m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:01
    • 2. What is a Raspberry Pi?

      4:08
    • 3. Understanding SD Cards

      1:51
    • 4. Installing Etcher

      1:15
    • 5. Downloading Raspbian

      1:06
    • 6. Flashing our SD Card

      2:05
    • 7. Connecting the Components

      1:45
    • 8. First Boot Up

      0:29
    • 9. Connecting to a netowork and configuring preferences

      4:50
    • 10. Getting familiar with Raspbian

      4:43
    • 11. Understanding how remote connections can occur

      2:40
    • 12. Secure Shell (SSH)

      3:30
    • 13. Virtual Network Computing (VNC)

      2:50
    • 14. Introduction to GPIO pins

      1:47
    • 15. Powering an LED from your GPIO pins

      3:41
    • 16. Wiring change in our circuit

      1:23
    • 17. Getting the project resources

      1:07
    • 18. Running the program to turn our LED on

      1:34
    • 19. Running the program to blink our LED

      1:53
    • 20. Installing a Web Server - Apache

      4:04
    • 21. Install and setup PHP

      4:15
    • 22. Giving the Apache user advanced privileges

      3:04
    • 23. Turning our LED on from a Web Page

      1:26
    • 24. Python / PHP code review for LED on/off control

      2:59
    • 25. Blinking our LED from Web Page Controls

      1:27
    • 26. Python / PHP code review for LED blink control

      2:13
    • 27. Gaming System - Introduction to RetroPie

      1:15
    • 28. Components needed

      3:03
    • 29. Downloading RetroPie and Flashing our SD Card

      2:26
    • 30. Setup Components

      1:45
    • 31. Setting up the Gamepad or Controller

      1:25
    • 32. Configuring RetroPie

      2:59
    • 33. Understanding the process of getting ROMs and how they need to be setup

      7:02
    • 34. Preparing and Installing ROMs

      3:10
    • 35. Play Games!

      4:10
    • 36. Google Home Clone - Hardware components that will be needed

      2:23
    • 37. Preparing our SD Card

      3:02
    • 38. Connecting our Components

      3:00
    • 39. Software configuration

      7:17
    • 40. Doing the Audio and Microphone Check

      2:37
    • 41. Setup in the Google Cloud Console

      5:25
    • 42. Connecting our Push Button Switch

      1:28
    • 43. Try it out! Ask it anything!

      3:55

About This Class

Learn about the Raspberry Pi, build a DIY Google Home Clone, RetroPie Gaming System, work with GPIO pins and much more..

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Lee Assam

University Instructor, Software Developer

Hi, I am Lee Assam. I bring to the table 18+ years of programming, development and IT experience. I have a Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master's Degree in Computer Science.

I teach at Universities on topics ranging from Software Development to Electrical Engineering and prototyping. I like coming up with new ideas and prototyping them using the Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms.

My passion and hobby is Arduino and the Internet of Things. I hav...

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