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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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Issue 2 of Hello World, our computing and digital making magazine for educators, by educators, is out now.

Celebrating ten years of Scratch, the issue also covers topics such as safeguarding children online, MicroPython on the Micro:bit, simulating logic gates in Minecraft and computing and gender through Girls Who Code, Cyber First Girls, the BCSLovelace Colloqium, and Computing At School’s #include initiative.

If you're a UK-based educator, you can subscribe for a free physical copy of Hello World to be delivered to your door. Alternatively, everyone can download the issue as a free PDF via the link in today's blog post.

Check it out and leave your thoughts in the comments below, or on the blog.

We love it and we hope you do too.

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At Pi Towers, we believe that failure is just a stepping stone to building something amazing!

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Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #204 - Energy - out now!

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Eleven-year-old Reuben Paul schooled cybersecurity experts at a an international conference by showing how Bob, his IoT teddy bear, could be hacked using a laptop, a Raspberry Pi, and audience members' Bluetooth devices.

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+CrashCourse is a YouTube channel that provides courses supporting school-age learning, and it's hugely popular with older learners too. Raspberry Pi's Carrie Anne Philbin presents Crash Course Computer Science: it's a really excellent way to get your teeth into the subject.

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Tools for monitoring and controlling your energy use with Raspberry Pi, from +OpenEnergyMonitor. They're open-source, and like all the very best things, they're made in Wales.

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Code Club isn't just for school! Last week, we announced that we're extending Code Club to 9- to 13-year-olds: this means venues like libraries will be able to offer their clubs to a wider age group.

With the third video in our #CharityTuesday coverage, we visit Tile Hill library to find out more about their Code Club.

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You can be a maker as well as a consumer - you don’t have to wait for a company to create the exact product you want. Make the thing you wish to see in the world!

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Raspberry Pi Weekly Issue #203 - Julia - is out now, including +Doug Jefferies' psychedelic backlit poster.
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