World’s Thinnest Raspberry Pi 3 Created By Pimoroni – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets World's Thinnest Raspberry Pi 3 Created By Pimoroni Geeky Gadgets Hardware sales site Pimoroni has this month unveiled a new modification of the awesome Raspberry Pi 3 mini PC, creating the world's thinnest Raspberry Pi 3 computer. During their latest live stream YouTube Bilge tank episode the team strip down a …

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Create a text-based adventure game with FutureLearn

Learning with Raspberry Pi has never been so easy! We’re adding a new course to FutureLearn today, and you can take part anywhere in the world. FutureLearn: the story so far… In February 2017, we were delighted to launch two free online CPD training courses on the FutureLearn platform, available anywhere in the world. Since the launch, more than 30,000 educators have joined these courses:  Teaching Programming in Primary Schools , and Teaching Physical Computing with Raspberry Pi and Python

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Hello World Issue 3: Approaching Assessment

It’s the beginning of a new school year, and the latest issue of Hello World is here! Hello World is our magazine about computing and digital making for educators, and it’s a collaboration between The Raspberry Pi Foundation and Computing at School , part of the British Computing Society . In issue 3, our international panel of experts takes an in-depth look at assessment in computer science. Approaching assessment, and much more Our cover feature explores innovative, practical, and effective approaches to testing and learning.

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Industrial touch-panel HMI is based on Raspberry Pi – Design World Network

Design World Network Industrial touch-panel HMI is based on Raspberry Pi Design World Network Saelig Company, Inc. (Saelig) (www.saelig.com) has introduced the ComfilePi – an industrial Raspberry Pi -based touch-panel PC. Leveraging the compact, ubiquitous Raspberry Pi 3 board, the ComfilePi inherits the Raspberry Pi 3's 1.2GHz 64 bit quad-core …

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A New Generation Takes Aim at IoT – Automation World

A New Generation Takes Aim at IoT Automation World I'm mainly referring, of course, to products like the Raspberry Pi , which launched in the UK in 2012 to a youth market as a fun way of learning to code. It was originally delivered with a few simple sensors and actuators, so it was always, at heart, an …

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