This page will always be updated with the most recent version of this talk.
The latest version is 3.2 which was given at Code Mash on January 7, 2020.
- Raspberry Pi 40-pin configuration (Models A+, B+, 2 B, 3 B, 3 B+, W, WH)
- Raspberry Pi 26-pin configuration (Models A, B)
- Battery + LED breadboard
- Breadboard + Raspberry Pi
Circuit diagrams are made with Fritzing (www.fritzing.org), an open-source hardware prototyping product.
Stir Trek (2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24NQKDDuERM
Code & Supply Meetup (2018): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfmD-G3KUpc
Kansas City Developer Conference (2015 day 1, outdated, bad audio quality): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfmD-G3KUpc
Kansas City Developer Conference (2015 day 2, outdated, bad video quality): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEKSFDEJlco
|2015-04-28||1.1||UMKC IEEE meeting|
|2015-06-25||2.0||Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC)|
|2015-06-26||2.1||Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC) (repeated session due to popularity)|
|2015-10-16||2.2||Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas Women in Computing conference (MINK WIC)|
|2015-11-12||2.3||Kansas City IEEE CompSoc meeting|
|2018-08-29||3.0||Code & Supply Pittsburgh Meetup|
You’ve heard lots of hype about the Raspberry Pi, the credit-card sized computer available for under $40. This talk will introduce some of the Pi’s features, explore some sample projects you can create, and show you how to write code to control hardware through its IO pins. After this talk you will be ready to make your own cool hacking projects with the Pi.