New in the Shed: Getting Started with BeagleBone Black Kit
The BeagleBone Black is a 1-GHz credit card-sized computer that provides the power and programmability of Linux while offering robust connectivity reminiscent of Arduino.
Learn how to use this powerful platform in our newly updated Getting Started with BeagleBone Black kit. Following the steps in Matt Richardson's book (included), you'll start out by familiarizing yourself with basic Linux commands and the new Debian operating system. Next, you'll learn how to build circuits using the included components and connect them to the web. With the Getting Started with BeagleBone Black Kit, you'll enter a realm well beyond what you thought was possible with traditional microcontrollers.
Halloween is the holiday that's made for makers! Terrify your friends with creepy costumes, frightening food, haunted houses, and macabre make-up. Make: magazine's Halloween special issue features 42 DIY projects. Get the complete PDF or pick and choose your favorites for individual download.
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