This article was published on March 22, 2017

Learn how to maximize your Raspberry Pi 3 with this comprehensive training bundle

Learn how to maximize your Raspberry Pi 3 with this comprehensive training bundle
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If you know a kid in your life (or that kid is you) whose fascination with computers and technology extends beyond simple web surfing and game playing, get ‘em the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi micro computer.

Once you do, you can learn how to take full advantage of the Raspberry Pi’s remarkable computing power with the Complete Raspberry Pi 3 Training Bundle, now on sale for just $19 from TNW Deals.

Ingenious programmers are using the Pi as the virtual brain to run all kinds of ridiculously cool tech projects, including everything from home automation and WiFi extenders to honest-to-God autonomous robots. And with these six courses, you’ll start exploring those worlds, including:

Wireless Penetration Testing with Kali Linux & Raspberry Pi – a $45 value
Use the Pi to assure your home network is safe and secure from hackers.

Cluster Pi: Build a Raspberry Pi Beowulf Cluster – a $30 value
What’s better than a Pi? A group of Pis working in unison…and this course will show you how to do it.

Raspberry Pi Essentials & Extras – a $30 value
Your Pi primer…learn to create and install operating systems, cameras, even web servers.

PiBot: Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Powered Robot – a $30 value
Build your own Raspberry Pi powered robot, ready to accomplish any number of cool tasks.

Raspberry Pi: Full Stack – a $30 value
From an OS to hardware to the programming language, understand using Pi in web development.

Raspberry Pi & The Internet of Things – a $49 value
Find out how Pi can help automate functions all over your home.

Normally, these in-depth Raspberry Pi instruction would cost over $200, but get in on this limited time deal right now to land the whole package for less than $20.

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