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We make tiny computers from $5. We help people create things with digital tech. We're a non-profit.
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PiNet is a tool that helps educators manage a classroom set of Raspberry Pis. Teachers around the world use it to provide a consistent working environment, manage individual student accounts, install updates and software, and share files.

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PIONEERS!

The results are in!

Who has won the Make it Outdoors challenge?

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"So at this year’s Faire, attendees passing their installation were invited to write down something close to their heart, put that note in a jar, and measure their heart rate."

Learn more about the gorgeous Heart of Maker Faire installation, complete with beating 'hearts in jars', in today's blog post

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"I had no idea how large the community would grow. I had no idea how much my life would be changed from that moment on. And it all started with a simple first step: booting it up."

Matt Richardson's explores the journey from boot up in today's blog post, taken from The MagPi Magazine.

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Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #212 - Planespotting - out now!

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Super fab weekend project with a clear how-to: +Estefannie Explains It All's smart conductive 'On Air' sign, using a Pi Zero W and +Bare Conductive paint!

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This Pi-powered ultrasonic piano is a superb music project. Imagine you have eight theremins...

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Did you attend this year's ISTE? Did you manage to meet any members of the Raspberry Pi team?

In today's blog post, our USA-based Educator Training Manager Andrew offers up a rundown on the fun we had at the event, along notes on some of the awesome Raspberry Pi Certified Educators we caught up with along the way

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Maker Christoper Aedo took inspiration from the amazing collection of beer-themed Raspberry Pi builds online to create his homebrew home brew!

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No more waiting around for unexpected delays. The Pi-powered NYC Train Sign fetches real-time arrival, departure, and delay information specific to your commuting needs from an API.
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