Craig Wright Reveals He Is the Highlander (and Also Satoshi) Breaker magazine Craig Wright, a.k.a. Satoshi Nakamoto, a.k.a. Conor MacLeod, made a predictably colorful appearance on CNBC’s CryptoTrader
Meet the 28-year-old who wants building computers and coding to be as easy as playing with Lego CNBC Alex Klein, CEO of Kano, went from reporting stories as a journalist to helping create a start-up that teaches people to build their own computers and code.
CNBC A $5 computer is helping to create the coders of the future CNBC “The original mission of Raspberry PI was to create a device that would help young people learn how to program,” Philip Colligan, the foundation's CEO, told CNBC in an interview broadcast this week. “But what we've actually done is created a computer …
At the start of September, a film crew from CNBC came to visit Cambridge. They spent some time with us at Pi Towers, and came to the Cambridge Jam the next day to talk to some of the kids there who use the Raspberry Pi
CNBC Cambridge: Using Raspberries to educate CNBC To run the Raspberry Pi , users plug in a mouse and keyboard to their device and then connect it to a TV or monitor. They can then start to learn programming skills