What a week for resources! We’ve launched
two new free OctaPi projects, plus a sackful of free Christmas-themed tutorials for Scratch, Python, and Raspberry Pi, so you have no excuse not to spend your weekend having some fun with digital making.
Before you start, update your operating system with our
newest releases of Debian or Raspbian Stretch. The Debian release comes with a rather nifty piece of software that allows you to access a Pi Zero’s GPIO pins from a PC or Mac. (Never fear, you can also install this tool on a Pi.)
Have a great week, and we’ll catch you next weekend.
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A window into another world
It's raining, it's pouring...
Music-controlled LED light show
It was bound to happen...
Rubik's Cube–solving robot
Because the blue ones are the best
Using a Raspberry Pi and Snips
Bruce Tulloch of BitScope Designs on the uses of Pi cluster computing
Insights from Electronics360
Average Man vs Raspbian
Music-reading Raspberry Pi
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