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Hacking Raspberry Pi® by Timothy L. Warner

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Chapter 9. Programming Raspberry Pi with Scratch—Next Steps

If you invested the necessary time to practice the Scratch programming skills you learned in Chapter 8, “Programming Raspberry Pi with Scratch—Beginnings,” you are ready to take the next step by developing and sharing a full-fledged Scratch application.

In this chapter, you learn how to create a pretty neat game, if I do say so myself. You’ve even got my blessing to remix the game and submit it to the Scratch Projects website (if you don’t know what remixing means, don’t worry—I cover that later on).

Note: Version Control, Revisited

As you learned in Chapter 8, the Scratch Team at the MIT Media Lab has upgraded their website, promotional materials, and the development environment itself ...

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