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Raspberry Pi is hiring - pass it on! Are you interested in helping us to develop a curriculum?
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Children aged between 9 and 11 used #SonicPi  and #RaspberryPi  to create space-themed #music  for younger children to dance to in their short piece, part of the BBC's Ten Pieces initiative.
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Ardhat offers #Arduino  compatibility for your #RaspberryPi  on a HAT, with real-time performance, analogue sensors, power management and plenty of optional extras. It's currently a Kickstarter Staff Pick.

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ubIQio is raising funds for Ardhat, the Smart power solution for Raspberry Pi. on Kickstarter! Arduino compatibility on a HAT, with Real-World connectivity and Real-Time performance, for Pro-Makers, Learners and Educators.
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The April issue of the Raspberry Pi in Education Newsletter is out: primary school students give our resources a workout, we partner with Google to deliver even more free teacher training, and there's a job opportunity at the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Pass it on to a teacher now!
Raspberry Pi in Education. Latest news from the Raspberry Pi Foundation Education Team. Spring has finally sprung in Cambridge, UK! The sun has been shining, the trees are blossoming and the education team are bursting with productivity. This month, we've entertained a group of primary school ...
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Robot guitar: an Internet-of-Things instrument that plays firewall logs.
Robot Guitar - bringing unseen data sources into the real world. &nbspWhy robot guitar? some back story. In one of those moments when something, some image or concept can completely capture one's imagination, as I idly wandered through the Japanese pavilion at World Expo 1988 in my hometown of ...
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Paul Weeks has made a Raspberry Pi-powered, proximity-sensing, LEGO-enabled, motorised minion fart gun with his children. He's written it up and published his code, for the benefit of families everywhere.
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A really useful guide from +Adafruit Industries​, via +Lifehacker.
If you want to use an external hard drive (or USB stick) as your main storage on the Raspberry Pi, you need to jump through a couple hoops to properly mount it and make sure it loads up on boot. Adafruit made that process a bit simpler.
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Markus May has set up a droplet photography rig to allow him to capture beautiful images of liquid droplets with a Raspberry Pi and a DSLR.
I get asked sometimes what my favourite projects from this blog are. Dave Hunt's water droplet photography's right up there: Dave rigged up a Pi to trigger a solenoid valve and a camera shutter at the same time, to take perfectly timed macro photos of water drops. You can see his original, ...
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Oh I'm not saying it isn't fun, but I'm a "right tools for the job" kind of guy...

Plus I might encourage him to add the last bit to fully justify the Pi ;-)
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Visualising the load on the Raspberry Pi 2's four cores with a remote CPU-monitoring webserver.
Since we released Raspberry Pi 2 back in February, a lot of you have been asking questions about how work gets divided between the four cores. David (what's your last name, David? Let us know and I'll update this post) in Cambridge has written a remote CPU-monitoring webserver, which outputs a ...
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This wonderful Amazonian biome features terrestrial and aquatic elements with realistic weather and time-of-day effects controlled by a Raspberry Pi.
Mike “Recantha” Horne mailed me yesterday saying he'd found something that was (and I quote) “ALL KINDS OF COOL”. He also taught me a new word. This project is a paludarium: a created environment that mimics a complete terrestrial and aquatic biome, full of plants and animals that live in water ...
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A new, free e-book from +O'Reilly by +Nicholas Tollervey tells the story of #Python , why it's a great language for learning and how its community gives great support, and it takes Raspberry Pi as a case study.
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well ill be! that is just gosh golly darn wild! i mean G WHIZZ!!!! to quote the late great anikan skywalker "thats pretty wizard!"
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Percheron Electronics' first Kickstarter is for an e-paper HAT for the Raspberry Pi. It's already successful with another 23 days to run, and worth a look if you're interested in a very low-power display for your Pi.

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Percheron Electronics Ltd is raising funds for E-paper display HAT for the Raspberry Pi on Kickstarter! E-paper 2.7" 264x176 pixel display for Raspberry Pi, sits neatly on top, with battery-backed Real Time Clock, accurate to < 3 min/year.
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+Jim Blaich cool idea, but this is supposed to be low cost, easy read of specific stats.
There are already touch displays available for Pi. 
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The official Google+ page of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. News and info about our low-cost mini PC.
Introduction

The Raspberry Pi is a low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV, and uses a standard keyboard and mouse. It is a capable little device that enables people of all ages to explore computing, and to learn how to program in languages like Scratch and Python. It’s capable of doing everything you’d expect a desktop computer to do, from browsing the internet and playing high-definition video, to making spreadsheets, word-processing, and playing games.

What’s more, the Raspberry Pi  has the ability to interact with the outside world, and has been used in a wide array of digital maker projects, from music machines and parent detectors to weather stations and tweeting birdhouses with infrared cameras. We want to see the Raspberry Pi being used by kids all over the world to learn to program and understand how computers work.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a registered educational charity (registration number 1129409) based in the UK. Our Foundation’s goal is to advance the education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science and related subjects.

Visit our website to find out more.