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If you want to run a hands on developer event using the Raspberry Pi you need an SD card pre-configured for your lab. In this article I'll show you the step-by-step sequence to making this as simple as possible so your students can get started with the Raspberry Pi quickly and easily. It also explains a convenient way to organise the hardware to minimise the cost of set up.

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