Eben was speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt in London yesterday, where he had a display board and HAT to show off, and some¬†other bits of news. You’ll get to see a PiTop (a laptop kit that’s currently going¬†great guns on Indiegogo), be tantalised with some details about the A+, and learn about what we think is … Continue reading →
Pimoroni’s first anniversary competition has ended, and the entries have been sifted through: you can read all about the winner (and the entries that got an honourable mention) on their website. Well done all: we had fun looking at your entries with Paul at our birthday party on Friday. (Special shout-out to Sophie, aged nearly-five, … Continue reading →
Adafruit Web IDE First up, Adafruit’s Raspberry Pi Web IDE is now in Alpha, and they’ve made some improvements which I think you’ll find very helpful. The package now includes: Python step debugger Node.js update to 0.8 from 0.6 for faster navigation, and page loads. Package node binaries with the WebIDE for faster, and easier … Continue reading →