Programming with Raspberry-pi

Leraning programming

Learning programming

If you want to learn programming using a Raspberry-Pi then the first thing you’ll need to learn is how to program your Raspberry-Pi. Even if you have no prior experience with programming, the Raspberry-Pi has enough features to help you get started. It’s a great tool for learning about programming, but first it’s important that you know what it is you’re getting yourself into.
As you learn programming, it’s important to think of the subject matter as somewhat similar to learning a new language. Although programming may seem like a jumble of characters and numbers, it’s actually no different from the words and sentences that you’re reading right now. So essentially, an entire program is analogous to an essay, article or book with regards to actual language.
Going back to the issue of programming your Raspberry-Pi, what you need to remember is that any number computer languages can be used to program this device. However, it’s also important to make your choices early on, as that will help you with your learning efforts later on.
Also, throughout the learning process, it’s important that you look for worksheets, examples, diagrams and PDF documents from different sources. This way, you can compare results and processes as you go along. Aside from external learning materials, you’ll be glad to know that Raspberry-Pi also features its own program editor, which is very useful for editing configuration files.

Raspberry and Python

Raspberry and Python

The Raspberry-Pi’s internal features are also very helpful to most beginners. They can, for example, help you create a “hello world” with Python program in under a few minutes. After you’re done, simply save the file and then run it later on from the command line. With these tools, learning programming with Raspberry-Pi is relatively easy even if you don’t have any prior knowledge about programming.

Install Samba
If you running a Windows PC  on a same network as your Raspberry-Pi then you may want to install and setup Samba, so that you can access your Raspberry from your PC. This way, even if you end up compiling data on your Raspberry-Pi, you can still edit the source code using your Windows box. Of course, you can always try other networks, but what’s important here is that you can compile and run programs on your Raspberry-Pi using the existing network.
On the other hand, if you’re a Linux user then you may want to try using other networks and systems. Before making your decisions though, it’s important to look things up on the internet to help you with your comparisons.

Online Resources On Raspberry-Pi And Programming
Learning programming with Raspberry-Pi should begin online. There are a lot of Raspberry-Pi online communities which discuss programming and other related subjects. If you have no prior knowledge of programming then asking these communities for help can go a long way in helping you find the information that you need.
In fact, there are already official and unofficial Raspberry-Pi forums and websites which can help you along the learning process. These online communities can recommend videos, articles, websites and other resources to help you learn the programming language of your choice.

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