A magazine that I used to work with were Linux Voice and they had an interesting model where their content was released nine months after the magazine had been put on sale, it was released under a Creative Commons Licence which enables anyone to download the magazine for free.
With thanks to the editorial team I can now provide a download of the many tutorials that I have written for Linux Voice.
Linux Voice 32 - Build An RFID Lockbox With Raspberry Pi Zero
Linux Voice 31 - Introduction To Physical Computing With GPIO Zero
Linux Voice 30 - Using Barcodes To Control Your Pi
Linux Voice 29 - Display Data Physically
Linux Voice 28 - Make Your Own "Cartridges" To Control Minecraft
Linux Voice Issue 27 - Sonic Pi Vs Minecraft Mashup
Linux Voice Issue 26 - Linux For Learners
Linux Voice Issue 25 - Robot Artist
Linux Voice Issue 24 - Robot Operation
Linux Voice Issue 23 - Introduction to GPIO Zero
Linux Voice Issue 22 - Vend-A-Python
Linux Voice Issue 21 - News Updates and Radio Player
Linux Voice Issue 20 - Barcode Battles
Linux Voice Issue 19 - Build a Crane Using ExplorerHAT Pro
Linux Voice Issue 18 - Interactive Wall Displays
Linux Voice Issue 17 - Wiimote Triggered Selfies
Linux Voice Issue 16 - Building Better (Minecraft) Worlds
Linux Voice Issue 16 - Build Worlds in Minecraft...Using Sonic Pi For Issue 16, please ignore the installation instructions and progess straight to coding the project. At the time of writing this was the only way to approach this project.
Linux Voice Issue 15 - Controlling Lights with Energenie
Linux Voice Issue 14 - Google Coder
Linux Voice Issue 13 - First Steps With MIT App Inventor
Linux Voice Issue 12 - Python Password Checker
Linux Voice Issue 11 - Arduino Proximity Sensor
Linux Voice Issue 10 - Biscuit Protection With Raspberry Pi
Linux Voice Issue 9 - Write a Python Twitter Client
Linux Voice Issue 8 - Pibrella Controlled Stop Motion Animation
Linux Voice Issue 7 - An Introduction to Sonic Pi
Linux Voice Issue 6 - Python Powered Quiz Game
Linux Voice Issue 5 - Introduction to Pibrella for Primary
When I first started working with the Raspberry Pi Foundation I wrote a simple introduction to physical computing using the Pibrella.
I'd like to share that lesson with you for free!
Enjoy and please tell me if you enjoyed it.
pi-topCHAMPIONS @The National Museum of Computing (February 19 2017)
I ran a drop in workshop teaching the basics of GPIO Zero and Morse code using the Raspberry Pi.
Here is my slide deck, you are free to copy and modify, but no commercial use.