Master your Raspberry Pi in 30 days

From beginner to expert in Raspberry Pi.
Learn useful Linux skills and practice multiples project with step-by-step guides

30 steps in 30 days

The course is divided into 30 steps. The idea is to make one little step a day to be an expert in 30 days.

Your own Rythm

Start by the beginning (hardware, operating system) and move to projects, programming and servers when you are ready.

Practice While Reading

Include exercises to make sure you understand after each chapter, and several step-by-step projects to try.

become a Master

This book will give you everything you need to get a good level, whatever your current level is.

Get the best Hardware for you

You don't need so much stuff to get started, stop wasting money and follow my recommendations.

Learn in the correct order

In general, we look for the solution we currently need but rarely make sure to understand what's inside.

Stop losing time on the Internet

Following a tutorial when you know the basics is really easier, stop looking for more help for each post you read.

Have fun

Finally start to have fun building your projects, it gets really easier once you master the basics.

About the author

Patrick Fromaget graduated from higher school in computer science.

He started as a web developer, before specializing in system administration.
He has always been passionate about IT and has managed Linux servers for over 15 years.

In 2018, he launched the website to share his passion for the Raspberry Pi and help other people to progress.

More than 100 tutorials have been written on the site, on various subjects.

From the start, the site has enjoyed growing success and a YouTube channel was also launched on the subject in 2020, to help the most visual.

Readers say

I would like to congratulate you with your fantastic book “Master Raspberry Pi in 30 days”

It is well written and even I (without any professional IT experience) can understand most of it. It is very concise and contains enough information to cover the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi and go even more in depth.

Steven D.

This is the book I’ve been waiting for. […] almost all of the information I’ve wanted is here. Great job and reading this a chapter or two a day really works. 

J. D.