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The MagPi
Another month – so that means another issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine! We’ve got a whole host of treats in store for you in our April 2016 edition including your chance to win one of three U:Create Astro Pi kits worth £100/$145. The theme for this issue (and wonderfully realised by Raspberry Pi’s resident illustrator-extraordinaire... Continue reading
One of the most unique and expressive teaching tools on the Raspberry Pi is Sonic Pi, the live music coding app. It lets you create your own sound your own way, and modify it on the fly in case you’re DJing an event (happens to us all the time). All of this is done in... Continue reading
As you may remember from earlier in the week, the Raspberry Pi 3 is here! The latest version of the Raspberry Pi is the most powerful one yet, and brings with it a whole host of new features such as wireless LAN, Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy. In issue 43 of The MagPi, we... Continue reading
Hi there, Rob from The MagPi again! It’s been a couple of months since we launched issue 40 with the Raspberry Pi Zero attached to the front of it. Since then we’ve seen some excellent projects flying around the internet as you all figure out amazing uses for the tiny Pi. To inspire you to... Continue reading
It’s always tricky relaunching a product, especially one with an established fanbase. With The MagPi, we did so with the readers in mind, trying to create the best magazine we could for you folks while building off the excellent work of the first 30 issues. We’ve come a long way over the last 11 months; releasing... Continue reading
While it might be a bit expensive to buy the equipment you need to get yourself into space, the Sense HAT – two of which are currently on the International Space Station as part of the Astro Pi project – is a fair bit cheaper. We’ve been covering the fantastic sensor board in the magazine... Continue reading
The New Year 2016 edition of the official Raspberry Pi magazine is out now! For many of our new readers this marks the magazine’s ‘difficult second album’, which begs the question: how do you top the first magazine in history to to give away a free computer on its cover? Obviously, we can’t, but what we can do is... Continue reading
Make Games with Python is designed to help you learn the coding skills you need to create amazing games and applications on your Raspberry Pi. The best bit? The price starts at free… While countless millions of us like nothing more than spending hours racking up high scores on our favourite games, too few of us are exposed to an even... Continue reading
Get a Raspberry Pi-themed look at 2016 with our latest calendar, with all the important dates, along with release dates of The MagPi! Ever looked at your calendar and sighed because it didn’t tell you when the Raspberry Pi’s birthday was, or when the next issue of The MagPi comes out? Want a great stocking stuffer for a... Continue reading
We gave away something free with our magazine, The MagPi, yesterday. The magazine industry has a concept called “technical sellout”, where more than 80% of copies are bought. You swarmed over UK newsagents and achieved that with The MagPi in less than 12 hours. As far as we know, the last time that happened was with the... Continue reading