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A new MagPi is out, the Foundation launches new young persons' initiative and the Birthday Weekend event is announced - all in the Raspberry Pi Roundup

A new MagPi is out, the Foundation launches new young persons' initiative and the Birthday Weekend event is announced - all in the Raspberry Pi Roundup

The MagPi - Christmas edition The Christmas issue of The MagPi (issue 52) is now out. Lots of Christmas-related stuff in there and also a continuation of Brian Corteil’s robot guide as well as lots more! Buy it online from The Pi Hut or from newsagents or download for free from the MagPi website! Pioneers The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the Pioneers programme. For this programme, they’re looking for kids aged 12-15 to be digital makers. Makers will form teams of up to four people and take on challenges, that the Foundation will set, and then share their projects. The...

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Get into weather data, enter a competition, read MagPi translations and find out more about the Raspberry Pi in industry in today's Roundup

Get into weather data, enter a competition, read MagPi translations and find out more about the Raspberry Pi in industry in today's Roundup

Weather The Raspberry Pi Foundation have released a couple of new resources, this time they’re focused on weather. In particular, these resources help you to use the data collected from all those Weather Station boards that they sent out and to graph that data into a visual representation. Get started by fetching the weather and then graphing it! Competition Time! Pi-Top are running a Christmas competition in which you must pit your wits against their fiendish programming challenges. There are 5 standard levels to complete before you are entered in their raffle, plus bonus levels just for fun! The raffle has...

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New Official Projects book, an IoT 3D-printed bus and a new 64-bit operating system all in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

New Official Projects book, an IoT 3D-printed bus and a new 64-bit operating system all in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

Official Projects Book, volume 2 The MagPi have made a surprise announcement that volume 2 of the Official Raspberry Pi Projects Book is now available to download, buy via their app or buy in print (for £12.99) from The Pi Hut and good newsagents. With an emphasis on Raspberry Pi Zero projects, this is 200 pages of great content. Head over to the MagPi now to take a look. Get your bus pass out! Over at DesignSpark, Dr Lucy Rogers has written a great tutorial which fuses the Raspberry Pi, 3D printing, an ESP8266 module and some Neopixels into a bus warning...

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The Pi Hut relaunches with over 3,500 new products; a piece of Neopixel furniture and bacteria experiments in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

The Pi Hut relaunches with over 3,500 new products; a piece of Neopixel furniture and bacteria experiments in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

The Pi Hut re-launch We are excited to announce a re-launch of our web store. We have added over 3,500 maker products to our catalogue, so take a look and enjoy seeing all the new toys! Light Furniture James Poole has taken a string of Neopixels (buy it from us in the UK) and hooked it up to an Arduino. He’s then taken a Raspberry Pi and used it to control the Arduino via a web interface. James then mounted the whole lot on a block of wood and a metal strip to turn it into a rough piece of furniture....

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Hacking, kicking and recording with a Raspberry Pi - all in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

Hacking, kicking and recording with a Raspberry Pi - all in today's Raspberry Pi Roundup

Poison Tap PoisonTap is a Raspberry Pi Zero/Node.js hacking machine. According to the maker’s website, it: siphons cookies, exposes internal router & installs web backdoor on locked computers It plugs into the USB port of a computer and first of all tricks the host computer into thinking that it’s connecting to a network and then it intercepts unencrypted web traffic. It also stores cookies coming from the web browser and tells the computer to be a router, thus making it accessible remotely. And it does all this without the machine being unlocked. Read more about the PoisonTap by going to...

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