Part 2 of this Raspberry Pi course will focus more on programming in a number of languages. It will first cover Python and gently lead into PyGame. The reason for PyGame is because it can produce amazing visual output which is more rewarding than just seeing some text on screen.
After this the course will target C and C++ programming along with the tools that are needed to generate programs. After you are comfortable with this it will dive into ARM assembly programming. The bonus section of the course will look at some of the more obscure distributions and their purpose in the open source community.
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