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Coolest Projects, our world-leading technology fair for young people, takes place in seven countries this year: Ireland, the UK, USA, Netherlands, Belgium, Bulgaria, and Milan in Italy. Volunteer-led Coolest Projects events Teams of marvellous volunteers organise and run the events in the Netherlands, Belgium, Bulgaria, and Milan! They are doing incredible work to give children … Continue reading →
Six months ago, we announced our partnership with the Scout Association in the UK: we launched the new Digital Maker Staged Activity Badge, releasing new badge requirements, along with resources for stages 1 and 2, to help tens of thousands of young people learn how to create with technology. Fun fact: when we launched the … Continue reading →
In our latest resource, we show you how to create a website and use it to document your coding projects. Why document your code? Search the web with the right key words for your programming conundrum, and you’re bound to find someone who has written software to address a question that’s at least similar to … Continue reading →
With the recent announcement of the 2019 Pi Wars dates, we’ve collected some essential online resources to help you get started in the world of competitive robots. Robotics 101 Before you can strap chainsaws and flamethrowers to your robot, you need to learn some basics. Sorry. As part of our mission to put digital making … Continue reading →
Looking for something more exciting than pumpkin carving this Halloween weekend? Try your hand at our free new creepy, zombie-themed resources — perfect for both digital makers both living and undead! Pride and Prejudice for zombies If you’ve always imagined Lady Catherine de Bourgh as resembling one of the undead, you’re not alone. And if you … Continue reading →
Fancy yourself as James Bond? In honour of national treasure Roger Moore, we think it’s high time we all became a little more MI5 and a little less MIDoneYet? It’s been a while and M is worried you’re a little…rusty. Best head back to training: go and see Q. He has everything you need to … Continue reading →
Following a conversation in the Pi Towers kitchen about introducing coding to a slightly older demographic, we sent our Events Assistant Olivia on a mission to teach her mum how to code. Here she is with her findings. “I can’t code – I’m too old! I don’t have a young person to help me!” I’ve heard … Continue reading →
A friend of mine’s cat had kittens this week. So, in honour of their fluffy, cute little gorgeous fuzz-faces, here are some pet-themed resources for you to build for your furry (or feathery) best friend. Cat Meme Generator Everybody loves a good meme. With the right combination of image and text, they can be both relatable … Continue reading →
Have you ever fancied building a Raspberry Pi photo booth? How about one with Snapchat-esque overlay filters? What if it tweeted your images to its own Twitter account for all to see? The All-Seeing Pi on Twitter The All Seeing Pi has seen you visiting @Raspberry_Pi Party @missphilbin #PiParty Introducing The All-Seeing Pi “Well, the thing … Continue reading →
Here at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, we take great pride in the wonderful free resources we produce for you to use in classes, at home and in coding clubs. We publish them under a Creative Commons licence, and they’re an excellent way to develop your digital-making skills. With yesterday being World Poetry Day (I’m a … Continue reading →