|Raspberry Pi IoT In Python Using Linux Drivers (I/O Press)|
|Wednesday, 17 March 2021|
This book shows how the Raspberry Pi, Python and Linux drivers can be used for the Internet of Things. Pi OS, the Raspberry Pi’s operating system, is Linux- based and Linux drivers are available for many off-the-shelf IoT devices. This book explains how, so overcoming the lack of documentation to help you get started. Throughout the book you will find a practical approach to understanding electronic circuits and datasheets and translating this to code, specifically using Python. The emphasis is on understanding how things work so that you can apply your new knowledge to your own projects.
Authors: Harry Fairhead and Mike James
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