via Raspberry Pi Pod
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just announced the imminent availability of two online training courses that will help you get started with the Raspberry Pi and get a certificate at the end of it. The courses are:
Teaching Physical Computing with Raspberry Pi and Python
Teaching Programming in Primary Schools – particularly for existing primary school teachers looking to broaden their abilities.
They are both four-week courses and they commence on 20th February.
Technology is my passion. I spent the last 10 years perfecting my skill as an IT/Developer/Hacker and it shows in the work that I do. From microcontrollers to UX, C++ to C#, and solder to product I have been able to utilize my skills in the enterprise world building and integrating systems that boggle the mind. I am known for my swiss-army knife like ability to switch between systems and languages without a hitch in production. I am truly a hacker and love what I do.
Most recently I have been writing a book about my exploits in hacking the Microsoft Xbox 360 sensor and am well known in several industries for my other hacks.
You can find my author bio at http://www.amazon.com/David-Bates/e/B005Q9XBK6/
You can also find out about my most recent projects and connections from my various social media profiles
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