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Digital Offers: Pay What You Want for DIY Hardware & Internet of Things eBooks

Some people just love to learn how everything works and tinker with technology. If that describes you, chances are you're always on the look out for cool new projects to work on. And there's so many cool technology to learn and play around with these days — from basic projects using arduinos and Raspberry Pi, to making your very own 3D printer. The possibilities are limitless, as long as you have the basic knowledge of how things work, with some blueprints to help you along the way.
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