Anatomy of a product quality issue: PoE HAT

One of the neat new features of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is its support for IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). This standard allows up to 13W of power to be delivered over the twisted pairs in an Ethernet cable without interfering with the transmission of data. The Raspberry Pi board itself provides a PoE-capable Ethernet jack and circuit protection components; the power regulation electronics, which would be too costly and bulky to include on the main board, live on a separate HAT

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Raspberry Pi In Consortium to Provide Computer Training to UK … – Computer Business Review

Computer Business Review Raspberry Pi In Consortium to Provide Computer Training to UK … Computer Business Review The British Computing Society, STEM Learning and the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been selected as part of a…National Centre for Computing Education. New £84m National Centre to improve teaching of computing and drive participation in computer science New Electronics Stem firms to run UK National Centre for Computing Education ComputerWeekly.com all 4 news articles »

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Trick or (the ultimate) treat!

I’ll keep today’s blog post short and sweet, because Liz, Helen, and I are all still under the weather . Raspberry Pi 4! Don’t tell Eben, Liz, or the rest of the team I showed you this, but here’s your Halloween ‘trick or treat’ gift: an exclusive sneak peek at the Raspberry Pi 4

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Build your own robotic cat: Petoi returns

Who wouldn’t want a robot kitten? Exactly — we knew you’d understand! And so does the Petoi team, hence their new crowdfunding campaign for Petoi Nybble. Petoi Nybble Main campaign video

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