Raspberry Pi and CoderDojo joining forces to get more kids programming – Neowin

Neowin Raspberry Pi and CoderDojo joining forces to get more kids programming Neowin The Raspberry Pi Foundation and the Coderdojo Foundation are joining forces to “give many more young people all over the world new opportunities to learn how to be creative with technology.” From this merger, The Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes to see …

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Raspberry Pi is merging with a coding foundation – Engadget

Engadget Raspberry Pi is merging with a coding foundation Engadget Raspberry Pi's credit card-sized computers have helped kickstart a coding revolution. Thanks to their low cost, major companies like Google and VMWare have distributed thousands of the DIY boards to children all over the world in the hope that it'll … Raspberry Pi Foundation merges with CoderDojo Foundation to spread the coding bug The INQUIRER CoderDojo to merge with makers of €5 computer Irish Times all 4 news articles »

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Raspberry Pi, ultrasonics, and music – Network World

Network World Raspberry Pi , ultrasonics, and music Network World I recently stumbled upon a design for a theremin-type instrument (in other words, a musical device controlled by hand waving) that's much more up my street because instead of being based on the modification of radio frequency signals, it uses a …

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11 year old boy hacks Bluetooth devices using Raspberry Pi – Techworm

Techworm 11 year old boy hacks Bluetooth devices using Raspberry Pi Techworm An audience of security experts attending a cybersecurity conference at the World Forum in The Hague (The Netherlands) on Tuesday were shocked when a demonstration done by an 11-year-old “cyber ninja” showed the dismal cyber security standards that … This 11-Year-Old Just Schooled Cybersecurity Experts By 'Weaponizing' a Teddy Bear Fortune Security Experts Are Stunned As a 11 yr Old Indian Origin Boy Hacks Bluetooth Devices Using Raspberry Pi To Control …

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#CharityTuesday: Code Club for libraries

Code Clubs aren’t just for the classroom, as today’s blog post shows. Last week, we announced that we are extending Code Club to 9- to 13-year-olds: as well as supporting more schools to offer Code Clubs, this means that non-school venues, like libraries, will be able to offer their clubs to a wider age group.

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Growing Code Club

In November 2015 we announced that the Raspberry Pi Foundation was joining forces with Code Club to give more young people the opportunity to learn how to make things with computers.

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