Check out some of our recent Pi tutorials to get started with Raspberry Pi, the RP2040, Qwiic and more!

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Using the Qwiic pHAT v2.0's general purpose button to safely reboot or shutdown your Raspberry Pi with the help of a Python script.

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Deck out your Sphero RVR robot with a Raspberry Pi Zero W, remote pan-tilt camera, and some Qwiic components!

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Take a look at Cyclic Redundancy Checks beyond just copy/pasting an implementation. The underlying mathematical principles are very interesting, and you can try it yourself in Python!

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A new package is available that incorporates all Qwiic modules capable of Python.

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Taking what I've learned about LED color mixing and Python, along with our LumiDrive LED Driver and LuMini LED Ring, I set out to create a light ring for macro photography that surpasses all others.

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Last week, we took a look at using the digital pins on our new LumiDrive LED Driver. This week, we'll play with the analog pins, and see if we can't put something together using both!

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Pretty quiet around here at 7 a.m. Maybe I can whip up a quick python-fueled, Pi-based bot? Oh, yeah - hot glue features prominently in this build.

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Let's face it, as much as we love Arduino, there are some things it just can't do. To branch out, let's take a look at a little bit of Python.

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Our newest (sorta-Python-related) tutorial shows you a few ways to run a script whenever a Raspberry Pi boots up.

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In the latest Python tutorial series, we look at loading MicroPython onto six different microcontroller development boards.

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We've updated our popular "Raspberry Pi SPI and I2C Tutorial" with some Python examples.

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If you're looking to make your own dashboard or slick graphical interface, Python can help you out with the Tkinter package.

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Whether you are teaching a class or want to create a dashboard to plot sensor data, the matplotlib Python package has you covered! We introduce a new guide that walks you through the basics of using matplotlib.

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A quick look at the default IDEs that come with the Raspbian for developing Python applications.

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Using the Mind Wave Mobile+, Mort and I created a mind-controlled IoT...solution (?) with sockets, of course!

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The newest version of EdiBot relies on contour finding in OpenCV to locate and chase yellow objects.

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