Check out some of our recent Pi tutorials to get started with Raspberry Pi, the RP2040, Qwiic and more!
In honor of Pi Day today, let's check out some Pi-related tutorials so you can get started in programming!
Over the past year, SparkFun has released a variety of kits to get started using Raspberry Pi's single board, low cost, high performance computer depending on your needs and what you have available! Each kit offers a Pi 4 with your choice of RAM size. Have a Raspberry Pi already? We also have kits without a Pi as well.
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For more information on what is included in each kit and how to connect to your Raspberry Pi 4, check out our tutorial on the Raspberry Pi 4 Hookup Guide.
Once you have your chosen single board computer, we recommend checking out these additional add-on kits using the Qwiic Connect System. Each kit offers different Qwiic-enabled devices to help get you started with programming in Python without the hassle of soldering or wiring your circuit together.
The RP2040, Raspberry Pi Foundation's first microcontroller, is great for those looking to run less complex projects that don't need the size and power of a single board computer. Learn more about the RP2040-based boards from SparkFun to get started programming in C/C++ or MicroPython!
The fun doesn't stop there! Check out our other tutorials tagged with Raspberry Pi for more inspiration. Happy Pi Day!
Don't forget that today is also Albert Einstein's birthday, and, according to Wikipedia, it's "New Year's Day" for the Sikhs. So plenty to celebrate today!