Since 2013 I have written a lot of Raspberry Pi content for Future Publishing and sometimes this content is collected into special "bookazines", magazines devoted to one topic that cover 100+ pages.
For Future's latest bookazine they produced 180 pages of Raspberry Pi projects, reviews and features, and quite a lot of the content is mine...which I am rather pleased to see.
So what did I write?
- Two page special on the Raspberry Pi 2, which won an award at Future Publishing's awards in 2015.
- Raspberry Pi B+
- Raspberry Pi Zero
- Pipsta Printer
- Kano Computer
- 4Tronix Agobo 2
- Pimoroni Display-O-Tron HAT
- Official Raspberry Pi Display
- Raspbian Jessie
- Pi-Top Laptop
- Build a blog
- Remote control your Pi
- Build a SmartTV
- Install Ubuntu (written early 2015)
- Build an arcade cabinet
- First steps with Robotics using Pibrella
- Build a LASER alarm trap
- Use bananas to play guitar
- Raspberry Pi powered disco
- SMS Doorbell
- Automatic entry lights
- Postie Watch
- Home Heating Monitor
- Remote CCTV
- Automatic Plant Water System
- Hack a custom controller for Scratch
- Build a simple Python 3 powered robot using the L298N motor controller.
- Bring R2D2 to life!
- Sense HAT (Astro Pi) Primer, design space aliens!
- Sense HAT (Astro Pi) Camera controller
So as you can see, I wrote quite a large portion of the magazine :)
The magazine is available in all good newsagents (I've always wanted to say that, seriously) and branches of Morrisons, Asda, Tesco and WHSmith for £12.99.
You can also pick up a copy from myfavouritemagazines.co.uk for £12.99 including free shipping.