Sometimes less can do a whole lot more, and the Raspberry Pi is one of those minute pieces of engineering that packs a big punch in a bite-sized package. The darling of engineers, tinkerers, nerds and tech enthusiasts, this single-board computer is a tool for kids to learn about robotics and a gadget for grown kids to trick out into IoT devices.

Originally made by academics and technicians to ramp up floundering interest in computer science in 2008, this low-cost mini-computer uses Python programming to inspire a multitude of projects, whether you want to pick up basic programming or build a robot. But once you get your hands on one, how would you even know where to start? The Complete Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle is here to help.

With four highly-sought courses the Hacker Bundle will turn you from a novice to an expert in no time, even if you’re never even seen a circuit board before. Lifetime access to this bundle includes tips and instructions on how to build your own GPS tracking system from scratch using the Pi, setting it up with NodeMCU to integrate it with other boards, and a lengthy beginners guide, updated for 2018, to ease you in to the most basic aspects of computing and robotics through the Pi.

it’s a great way to learn about a fast-evolving technology, both for adults and precocious kids alike. The Complete Raspberry Pi Hacker Bundle usually retails for a significant sum of $384.97, but for a limited time Inverse readers can get a mighty discount and get each course for less then $5, and take the entire thing home for just $19. That’s a 95 percent discount.

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