Galileo Getting Started Guide
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Resources and Going Further
If you've gotten this far, you should be prepared enough to start designing your own Arduino/Intel(R) Galileo project. If you need a bit more, here are some of the resources we've found handy in experimenting with the board:
- Galileo Community Forum
- Intel's Galileo Getting Started Guide
- Galileo Software Downloads
- Nifty Galileo Arduino Examples
- Galileo Schematics
- Galileo Board Design Files
If you're looking for a little project inspiration, or just need more tutorials to devour, here are some related tutorials we'd suggest checking out:
- Galileo Experiment Guide -- This guide offers 16 different experiments to get you started with the Galileo, much like our popular SparkFun Inventors Kit.
- Galileo Unread Email Checker -- A simple Galileo-based project which uses an OpenSegment Shield to show how many unread emails you have.
- Raspberry Pi Twitter Monitor -- This is a project that could easily be ported over to the Galileo -- a Python-running, Twitter-reading, LED blinker.
- Getting Started with Raspberry Pi: Setting Up Raspbian -- If you want to continue on your Getting Started Guide bender, check out this tutorial on getting the Raspberry Pi running the most popular distro out there.
- pcDuino Crowdsource Kiosk -- How to make a crowdsource kiosk with the pcDuino, another popular single-board computer alternative.