This week we’ve been continuing our sixth birthday celebrations with the community-run Raspberry Jam Big Birthday Weekend. You knocked it out of the park: Jams happened on every continent except Antactica, and partygoers of all ages built robots, played party games, hacked Minecraft, created wearables, and enjoyed
a lot of cake. Track the celebrations on Twitter using the #PiParty hashtag.
We’ve also seen some awesome projects this week, such as
this impressive LED cube and this barcode scanner that reads out the name of your groceries.
Here at Pi Towers we’re
looking for people to join the team and for volunteers to help us translate and test our learning resources, so be sure to check out our latest openings.
And, as always, have a great week.
Six years of Raspberry Pi
One of us, one of us
We'll be at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair at the NEC, Birmingham from 14-17 March
Help to translate our learning materials into Japanese, Korean and Bengali
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Beep, beep, beep...
Down with repositioning the magnifying glass with your elbow
The earth is neither flat, nor round. It's a cube
Down here all the fish is happy...
Barbot 4 is here!
Light and sound show
Direct from the Adafruit Learning System
Take your Scratch game development to the max
A wonderfully long Raspberry Pi timelapse
Magda didn't think coding was for girls. Here's how she discovered that it definitely is.
Oh, oh, oh, it's magic.
Kids and teens, show off your projects, from first steps in Scratch to big robotics builds
Join us at Makers Central at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, on 5-6 May
The home of The MagPi, HackSpace magazine, Hello World and more
Co-founder and trustee Pete Lomas becomes the new president of the Institution of Engineering Designers
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