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Creative Coding
I’m a long-time fan of Processing, a free open source programming language and development environment focused on teaching coding in the context of visual arts. It’s why I’m so excited that the latest version, Processing 3.0.1, now officially supports Raspberry Pi. Just as Sonic Pi lets you make your first sound in just one line... Continue reading
A big part of my role at the Foundation is running the Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists programme. Over 12 months we take a small group of young people aged 16-21 years through field trips, hack events and online mentoring to find new ways of using digital technology to enhance their creative pursuits. Our latest field... Continue reading
This year, for the first time, we are running the Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists programme, mentoring a small group of young people aged 16-21 years as they explore using digital technology to enhance their creative pursuits. One of our creative technologists, 21-year-old writer Hannah Burdett, recently published today’s post on her own blog, and when... Continue reading
What were you doing for the Bank Holiday on Friday? Eben cycled 15 miles to have a meeting, then cycled home to do a Google Hangout interview with the guys from Creative Coding, all before I’d even got out of my pyjamas. Here it is: lots of interesting stuff here, including a low-bandwidth and somewhat... Continue reading