Rob here from The MagPi! We’ve all seen the numbers. The Raspberry Pi is selling faster and faster every year, which means there are new people getting Raspberry Pis every day. With this in mind, we decided to make a brand new beginner’s guide in issue 49 of The MagPi, out now. The Raspberry Pi … Continue reading →
I’m Steph, I’m quite new to the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and I’m very new to Raspberry Pis. Until quite recently, any mention of pie to me meant that good food was on the horizon – now my horizons are much broader. I’ve been part of the Programmes Team at Pi Towers for about 3 months, and … Continue reading →
Do you wanna build a snowman? Course you do. SnowPi the GPIO snowman is a fun way for beginners to learn to solder and get into physical computing with Raspberry Pi. He comes as a kit for you to solder yourself, with two crystal blue LEDs for his eyes, six crystal white LEDs for his … Continue reading →
Lifehacker are publishing a series this week on DIY with your Raspberry Pi for beginners. The first article in the series went up yesterday; it’s a very simple howto on getting started and set up (even down to a list of peripherals, and how to flash your SD card). We’ll be keeping an eye on … Continue reading →