The November issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine, The MagPi, is available now in print and digital. This month our cover feature is all about amazing Raspberry Pi projects that can be made in moments.
Time isn’t always on our side, so it’s great to have a quick-fire project you can fire up when you have a spare moment.
They’re also handy to keep the attention of younger hackers, whose making adventures are that much more gratifying when they can achieve something amazing in short amount of time.
Highlights from #39:
- 30-Minute projects
- Introducing GPIO Zero
- Time-lapse photography
- Pixel art with the Sense HAT
- Eight-pageTouchscreen Display special
- and much more!
We’ve got lots of inspiring projects and features for for you to get your teeth into this month, including a whopping eight-page special dedicated to the official Touchscreen Display.
We also speak to the Foundation’s new CEO, Philip Colligan, about what 2016 has in store, while we also review the latest updates to Raspbian and Scratch. Elsewhere we chat with Ben Nuttall about GPIO ZERO to find out exactly how it’s lowering the barrier to entry for physical computing projects at home and in schools. Exciting stuff!
FREE CREATIVE COMMONS DOWNLOAD
As always you can download your copy of The MagPi completely free. Grab it straight from the front page of The MagPi’s new-look website.
If you want something more tangible to prop-up on your desk while you code, you’ll be glad to hear you can get the print edition in more stores than ever:
Don’t forget that – like sales of the Raspberry Pi itself – all proceeds from the print and digital editions of the magazine go to help the Foundation achieve its charitable goals.
Rather shop online? The Raspberry Pi Swag Store has copies available – better grab one before it’s sold out!
UK, US AND WORLDWIDE SUBSCRIPTIONS
We’ve updated our subscriptions offerings. Save up to 25% on the cover price with our various subscription options.
Finally, we’ve just launched an eBook! It’s the first of a new The MagPi Essentials range that we’ll be expanding throughout 2016.
It’s dedicated to helping you learn the command line and features all the amazing tutorials from Richard Smedley’s excellent series, plus two bonus chapters you’ll only find the book.