Raspberry Pi Founder Eben Upton To Launch The Element14 Design Flow Series Webinars

Posted: Mar 27 2012, 7:03am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Raspberry Pi Founder Eben Upton to launch the element14 Design Flow Series Webinars

Global electronics community, element14, is kicking off a series of design webinars with the one and only Eben Upton – founder of the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi computer. On April 4, Eben Upton will host the first webinar showing how to program a Raspberry Pi and have it up and running in less than 40 minutes.

You got yourself one of the cool Raspberry Pi computers for $25, but have no clue how to program it? Mark you calendar on April 4th. Raspberry Pi fonder Eben Upton will tell you how it works. In the first session Raspberry Pi fans around the world have a chance to see how simple it is to program one of the credit card sized computers.

The possibilities of what can be done on a Raspberry Pi are only limited by the imagination, so to help users get up and running quickly, in this live session, Eben will talk through the simple set up procedure, how to download and install the Operating System on the SD card, run the boot up script, use the script editor and begin to create applications using the Python scripts that are pre-supplied with the software download.

To sign up to attend the first webinar with Eben Upton, Founder of the Raspberry Pi computer, go to the element14 site.

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