Our 2017 Annual Review

Each year we take stock at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, looking back at what we’ve achieved over the previous twelve months. We’ve just published our Annual Review for 2017, reflecting on the progress we’ve made as a foundation and a community towards putting the power of digital making in the hands of people all over the world. In the review, you can find out about all the different education programmes we run

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The Raspberry Pi PiServer tool

As Simon mentioned in his recent blog post about Raspbian Stretch, we have developed a new piece of software called PiServer. Use this tool to easily set up a network of client Raspberry Pis connected to a single x86-based server via Ethernet.

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Thank you for my new Raspberry Pi, Santa! What next?

Note: the Pi Towers team have peeled away from their desks to spend time with their families over the festive season, and this blog will be quiet for a while as a result. We’ll be back in the New Year with a bushel of amazing projects, awesome resources, and much merriment and fun times. Happy holidays to all! Now back to the matter at hand.

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CoderDojo: 2000 Dojos ever

Every day of the week, we verify new Dojos all around the world, and each Dojo is championed by passionate volunteers. Last week, a huge milestone for the CoderDojo community went by relatively unnoticed: in the history of the movement, more than 2000 Dojos have now been verified! 2000 Dojos This is a phenomenal achievement for a movement that’s just six years old and powered by volunteers. Presently, there are more than 1650 active Dojos running weekly, fortnightly, or monthly, and all of them are free for participants — for example, the Dojos run by Joel Bayubasire in Kampala, Uganda: Empowering refugee children This week, Joel set up his second Dojo and verified it on our global map.

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Awesome Raspberry Pi On Off Switch HAT – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Awesome Raspberry Pi On Off Switch HAT Geeky Gadgets 'sOne of the main issues most Raspberry Pi users encounter when using their mini PC on a daily basis as a way to gracefully turn off their Pi PC without the need to continually remove the power cable. One such awesome Raspberry Pi on off switch HAT …

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