davidh wrote:Thanks,I did find the tutorial on how to put it together and I am comfortable with that but, where would I go to start learning how to create even simple projects? For example: I bought the Programming the Arduino book that tells me what the pins are what and what they do. You also have the Arduino compiler to create and download programs. And of course you guys at Adafruit rock. You help us with projects and we learn from the engineers (although I can't seem to log in when AAE comes on :( ).
from what we understand there will be many many books that aim to help beginners with the raspberry pi, if you're comfortable with the "programming arduino book" for arduino projects you might want to wait until the pi books hit the market. the pi is pretty new so it will take a few weeks/months to get many of the same resources the arduino has.