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Deal: Learn Raspberry Pi Full Stack Web Development

by Paul Strauss
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One of the most versatile and useful tools in any DIYer’s toolbox is the Raspberry Pi. This tiny, inexpensive computer is a great way to run applications in really small spaces, and hide a computer inside of just about anything. Now learn how to get the most out of this sub-$50 computer with this series of great online lessons.

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You’ll learn everything you need to know to build web-based applications for Raspberry Pi, from its operating system and hardware, to an application server, web server, database server, and the Python programming language. Along the way, you’ll learn to connect your apps with external APIs to extend their capability, and build a virtual development environment using Flask, uWSGI, and Nginx, and how to integrate sensor data into your apps using Plotly.

In all, there’s more than 50 lessons here, and at just $13(USD), it’s quite a deal. Drop by the Technabob Shop to sign up and start building your Raspberry Pi skills today!

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