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Raspberry Pi Gaming

By : Shea Silverman
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Raspberry Pi Gaming

By: Shea Silverman

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (16 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Dustin Larmeir has worked in the web hosting and cloud industry for nearly 10 years, supporting Linux systems and the virtualization infrastructure. He is an avid technology enthusiast and loves learning new concepts as well as teaching others.

Matt Murray is a creative technologist who loves all things tech, art, and education-related. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer animation and is a self-taught programmer, who started at the age of 14. In more recent years, Matt has been tinkering with more and more hardware-related projects with a hope to help bridge virtual worlds with our own.

Harish Pillay has been in the ICT industry for over 30 years. He is currently with Red Hat, working on community-related engagements at the government, corporate, and end developer levels. Harish holds an MSEE and a BSCS, both from Oregon State University. Harish founded the Singapore Linux Users Group in 1993. In 2005, he was inducted into the Council of Outstanding Early Career Engineers by the College of Engineering, Oregon State University. In 2009, he was elevated to Fellow of the Singapore Computer Society. In 2013, he was named Distinguished Partner by SPRING Singapore, the national standards and quality agency in Singapore for his work and contributions to IT standards in Singapore and at the International Standards Organization (ISO).

Dan Purdy is a London-based frontend developer. He graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a degree in music technology and audio systems and then worked as a technical engineer at a top London recording studio, where he helped maintain their vast array of equipment and provided technical assistance on a variety of projects. During this time, he developed and built several web applications to centralize and digitize many of the studios' processes, while also experimenting with Raspberry Pi. He developed several standalone applications and games, ranging from kiosk-style displays and take counters to aid assistants and clients to a barcode reading microphone logging system. Projects are documented, along with tutorials, on his blog at https://www.danpurdy.co.uk.

Dan has since moved on to work as a full-time developer at a digital agency in London, working on enterprise-level web applications, e-commerce sites, and prototypes while continuing to experiment with new frameworks and technologies. He also continues to develop and document new Raspberry Pi projects.