This week's Raspberry Pi workshop went full-offroad! Participants were quick to punch through the prepared material so we were able to go beyond the usual schedule. One participant was interested in using his Pi as an LED-strip driver so we got into drive circuits and input/output protection. We remixed some of the prepared material to experiment with more programming and workflow. Because we were blazing a new trail and developing untested code, we had the pleasure of debugging it when things inevitably went awry!
We run these workshops regularly, you can book a free seat here. Workshops a great resource for those who are getting started, or want to see the decision-making and workflow that goes into developing a project. While we only really scratch the surface during these workshops, participants get exposure to the major tools necessary to get a project off the ground with a Raspberry Pi.