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Tomorrow, The MagPi magazine comes of age when it appears in print for the first time. The new 100-page edition of the magazine is sure to be full of terrific articles and will hopefully catch the eyes of Pi owners, particularly beginners who are…
Tomorrow, The MagPi magazine comes of age when it appears in print for the first time. The new 100-page edition of the magazine is sure to be full of terrific articles and will hopefully catch the ...
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Ryan Bates decided he wanted a retro gaming machine. Instead of going the usual route of taking an old console or handheld, he wanted to go bigger… much bigger. So started his build of a wooden Game Boy Advance – 300% larger than the original with a 9″…
Ryan Bates decided he wanted a retro gaming machine. Instead of going the usual route of taking an old console or handheld, he wanted to go bigger... much bigger. So started his build of a wooden G...
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The Raspberry Pi Foundation’s free CPD for educators is coming to Birmingham. The sessions, which will be led by Martin O’Hanlon, will be held at the latest Google Digital Garage which is located inside Birmingham Library. The following dates are…
The Raspberry Pi Foundation's free CPD for educators is coming to Birmingham. The sessions, which will be led by Martin O'Hanlon, will be held at the latest Google Digital Garage which is located i...
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Jeremy Morgan has written an excellent, comprehensive tutorial on reading data from a waterproof 1-wire temperature sensor and then outputting it to screen. He has then expanded on this to push the data up to online service Firebase. Read the tutorial…
Jeremy Morgan has written an excellent, comprehensive tutorial on reading data from a waterproof 1-wire temperature sensor and then outputting it to screen. He has then expanded on this to push the...
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Alex Eames has been busy creating a new video for owners of the excellent RasPiO Duino board. This one takes you through experiments you can do with the PWM pins on the Duino and helps you to create a colour-fading ball display using a ping-pong ball as a…
Alex Eames has been busy creating a new video for owners of the excellent RasPiO Duino board. This one takes you through experiments you can do with the PWM pins on the Duino and helps you to creat...
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Not much detail on this, but it’s way too cool not to share. David Pride announced on Twitter that he has created a DIY laser harp. He uses a 50mW laser with a stepper motor to create beams of light and then LDR sensors detect beam breaks and the Pi plays…
Not much detail on this, but it's way too cool not to share. David Pride announced on Twitter that he has created a DIY laser harp. He uses a 50mW laser with a stepper motor to create beams of ligh...
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Don't forget! Closing date for applications for this year's Pi Wars close THIS SATURDAY!  http://piwars.org
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Richard Hayler has been continuing his work with the Astro Pi. He’s now moved on from creating static images on the LED matrix to creating simple animations. These are created one frame at a time in a GUI that he’s built himself. He’s released the…
Richard Hayler has been continuing his work with the Astro Pi. He's now moved on from creating static images on the LED matrix to creating simple animations. These are created one frame at a time i...
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Daniel Stinebaugh wanted to replace his Chevy’s failing head unit with a Raspberry Pi. So, he ripped the old one out and fitted the Pi and a wireless router in it’s place. The Pi runs Volumio and he’s also using the DAC+ HAT from HiFiBerry to route the…
Daniel Stinebaugh wanted to replace his Chevy's failing head unit with a Raspberry Pi. So, he ripped the old one out and fitted the Pi and a wireless router in it's place. The Pi runs Volumio and h...
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I’ve featured a few of these before, but this one looks particularly nice. Rasmus Hauschild is 14 years old and from Denmark. He has created a portable retro games console with the Pi and some nifty 3D printing. He has posted up the 3D files and various…
I've featured a few of these before, but this one looks particularly nice. Rasmus Hauschild is 14 years old and from Denmark. He has created a portable retro games console with the Pi and some nift...
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Good news from Dexter Industries today. Together with ‘a few key contributors’ their GoPiGo robotics kit is now controllable via programming language node.js. If you have one of their kits, or you just want to look at how node.js can be used in robotics,…
Good news from Dexter Industries today. Together with 'a few key contributors' their GoPiGo robotics kit is now controllable via programming language node.js. If you have one of their kits, or you ...
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Jeff Highsmith, who previously created the wonderful Mission Control Desk and bedroom Apollo Mission has been hard at work again. This time he’s installed a hatch in each of his children’s bedrooms which give access to a pair of tubes into which they can…
Jeff Highsmith, who previously created the wonderful Mission Control Desk and bedroom Apollo Mission has been hard at work again. This time he's installed a hatch in each of his children's bedrooms...
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    Senior Software Developer, 2010 - present
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    Senior Web Developer, 2006 - 2010
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    Computer Science & Business Studies, 1994 - 1997
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