The Raspberry Pi is a low-cost, credit-card-sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing. It’s developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to encourage the teaching of basic computer science in schools and developing countries.
By the end of the course, you will get deep insights into the hardware structures of the Raspberry Pi 4. You will learn to configure and set up the software properly and also learn to do proper troubleshooting.
You will become confident with Linux & Python programming as well as several actuators & sensors like LED, Button, Light Sensor, Motion Sensor, Motors, and Ultrasonic Sensors.
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|1. Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi 4|
|1.1. Introduction to the Course||FREE||00:06:00|
|1.2. Getting acquainted with Raspberry Pi, the credit card sized computer||FREE||00:09:00|
|1.3. Part 1: In-depth insights into the hardware features of the Raspberry Pi 4||FREE||00:06:00|
|1.4. Part 2: In-depth insights into the hardware features of the Raspberry Pi 4||FREE||00:10:00|
|1.5. Essential Accessories & Setting up the hardware||00:10:00|
|2. Setting up the Software|
|2.1. Installing and Setting up the OS||00:09:00|
|2.2. Remote Communication with the Raspberry Pi 4||00:11:00|
|2.3. Overview of the Buster OS||00:06:00|
|2.4. How to backup & restore in the Raspberry Pi 4||00:07:00|
|2.5. Raspberry Pi Troubleshooting||00:07:00|
|3. Linux Fundamentals for Raspberry Pi|
|3.1. Basics of Linux||00:07:00|
|3.2. Basic Linux commands||00:07:00|
|3.3. Advanced Linux commands||00:05:00|
|3.4. Automating & Scheduling Tasks||00:08:00|
|4. Python Programming|
|4.1. Basics of Python Programming||00:11:00|
|4.2. Typecasting & loops in Python||00:08:00|
|4.3. Conditional Branching & Functions in Python||00:06:00|
|4.4. Modules in Python||00:06:00|
|4.5. Create a GUI with Python||00:08:00|
|5. Physical Computing with Raspberry Pi 4|
|5.1. Getting started with physical computing on the Raspberry Pi 4||00:10:00|
|5.2. Introduction to Hardware Interfacing on the Raspberry Pi 4||00:08:00|
|5.3. Working with LEDs & Buttons||00:08:00|
|5.4. Working with LDR & PIR Sensors||00:08:00|
|5.5. Working with Relays||00:07:00|
|5.6. Working with Ultrasonic Sensor & DC Motors||00:11:00|
|5.7. with UART, I2C & SPI Protocols||00:20:00|
|6. Wireless Communication in the Raspberry Pi 4|
|6.1. Introduction to Wireless Communication in Raspberry Pi 4||00:07:00|
|6.2. Remote GPIO Control with Bluetooth||00:08:00|
|6.3. Introduction to the Cayenne Platform||00:05:00|
|6.4. LoT Project with Caynne||00:08:00|
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|Completion Certificate Request|