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Master Raspberry Pi and Arduino for just under $35 – Boing Boing

Whether you’re looking to pursue a career in computer engineering or would love to bring an idea you have for an app to life, understanding coding and programming basics is a must. And while there are plenty of classes you can enroll in to learn these techniques and systems, it’s hardly within your budget. Plus, who can find time to sit in a classroom for hours on end? 
If you want an education in computer programming that you can fit in your schedule (and not spend a fortune on), The 2022 Complete Raspberry Pi & Arduino Developer Bundle is an obvious choice. That’s because, with its eight dynamic courses, you’ll learn to navigate important systems that will help you build a solid understanding of programming and widely-used computer languages, all without ever stepping foot in a traditional classroom. 
Under the instruction of experienced entrepreneur and software engineer Edouard Renard, you’ll learn firsthand how to turn complicated concepts into systems you can break down and manipulate to develop apps, games, and other software. And considering that Renard has enlightened nearly 19,000 students over the course of his career, you can rest assured you’ll be in good hands.
In addition to mastering Raspberry Pi, this bundle also gives you access to courses that cover Arduino OOP, perfect for those looking to learn more about electronic engineering. You’ll also learn more about Python, one of the most widely-used computer languages amongst developers, along with C++, which is used in nearly every different tech industry around the globe. 
No matter your experience level, The 2022 Complete Raspberry Pi & Arduino Developer Bundle makes learning the world of programming less daunting, allowing you to take courses at your own pace and really hone in on your skills. 
Save big this Green Monday and snag The 2022 Complete Raspberry Pi & Arduino Developer Bundle at the deeply discounted rate of just $31.97 with code GREEN20 — that’s just less than $4 per course!
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