Here you will find my privacy and cookie policy, the latest news and a few IT guides and Python code that I have written that you may find useful.  


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20/08/20. Published eBook - A Basic Guide to Keyboard Keys & Shortcuts.
08/07/20.  New website launched.

Guides & Code

I have written a few general tutorials and guides that you may find interesting and useful.  I have also written a few simple Python programs for the Raspberry Pi to control the add-on Pimoroni PiGlow board. These are ideal for educational and fun use. simulates a 3 way LED traffic light controlled road junction and illuminates the LEDs on the PiGlow using the keyboard keys. The code is fully documented and contained in an archive (zip) file. The Ben Lebherz fork of is used for this project.

New 20/08/20. A Basic Guide to Keyboard Keys & Shortcuts. Provides a basic understanding of keys on a computer keyboard and shortcuts for LibreOffice Writer version 7. Read online - click the keyboard menu item.
The aim of this tutorial is to provide a basic understanding of stop motion animation production at little or no cost by using a free software program called MonkeyJam.
This tutorial gives a basic introduction to creating and reading QR codes and some suggestions of how they can be used for educational and information purposes in schools and businesses. 
The zip file contains and The code is fully documented and easily changed for your purposes.