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Next Steps

If you’ve been reading this book sequentially thus far (and I sincerely hope you have), you should have a crystal-clear picture of what is necessary to get started with Raspberry Pi development.

You’ve heard the age-old adage, “You’ve got to learn to crawl before you can walk.” Well, what this means for our purposes is that you need to learn how to write computer programs before you can link your Pi to an expansion board and start to perform meaningful work. Before we even get to writing code with Scratch and Python, you need to get comfortable with Linux. That’s the subject we tackle in Chapter 4.

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