RPi Roundup – 18th August 2014

Build your own supercomputer

PSC0914_MA_109_WEB Oak Ridge National Laboratory has developed a 9-node supercomputer with Raspberry Pis, and have documented their efforts in a series of repositories on GitHubRead a bit more on the Popular Science website here and take a look a GitHub here.

Keeping it simple

687474703a2f2f6d69736170756e74657364652e636f6d2f696d616765732f70696b6973735f34303070785f6e6f62672e706e67 If you've ever set-up a Raspberry Pi and wanted to install some software without much effort Jose Cerrejon may have the solution for you. He's created something called PiKiSS which is a series of scripts, and a menu system, to enable you to do simple tasks like installing software and configuring options. Take a look here.

Nuttall Tour continues

Ben Nuttall, from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, is currently touring the US. One of his most recent stops was at St John Vianney High School. You can see him talking to a classroom of schoolkids below: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp4gDLle1QU&w=500]

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