Raspberry Pi now officially supports Google’s TensorFlow software – The INQUIRER

The INQUIRER Raspberry Pi now officially supports Google's TensorFlow software The INQUIRER “We've long supported Linux, MacOS, Windows, iOS, and Android, but despite the heroic efforts of many contributors, running TensorFlow on a Raspberry Pi has involved a lot of work,” the company's software engineer, Pete Warden, said in a blog post on …

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Mu, a new Python IDE for beginners

Mu  is a very simple-to-use Python editor and IDE (integrated development environment) and this week, version 1.0 was released! New Mu Mu is designed to be as user-friendly and as helpful as possible for new Python programmers, presenting just the tools that are useful, such as: Syntax highlighting Automatic indentation In-built help Code checking Debugging Great for new programmers Mu is intended to be not the only Python IDE you’ll ever need, but the first one — the editor that helps you start your coding journey, but not necessarily the one you finish it with. So when you’re ready, you will have the skills and confidence to move on to using a more advanced Python IDE.

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Raspberry Pi Windows 10 On ARM Tested – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi Windows 10 On ARM Tested Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi enthusiasts wondering how the awesome mini PC would fare running Windows 10 on ARM are sure to be interested in a new video created by Novaspirit Tech. Who just tested the Windows 10 on ARM operating system running on a Raspberry ..

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Raspberry Pi 3, Windows 10 ARM – Windows Report (blog)

Windows Report (blog) Raspberry Pi 3, Windows 10 ARM Windows Report (blog) Novaspirit Tech just tested Windows 10 on ARM on Raspberry Pi 3B proof-of-concept and WoW. They also published a video that you can watch below to see some pretty exciting things happening. There's also need for a bit of help in order to get the ..

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Raspberry Jam Cameroon #PiParty

Earlier this year on 3 and 4 March, communities around the world held Raspberry Jam events to celebrate Raspberry Pi’s sixth birthday . We sent out special birthday kits to participating Jams — it was amazing to know the kits would end up in the hands of people in parts of the world very far from Raspberry Pi HQ in Cambridge, UK.

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