Get your MagPi! Read all about it!
One for sorrow, two for joy…
Just a quick post to flag there’s a new issue of MagPi, an interesting looking magazine from the Raspberry Pi guys, featuring highlights and developments around the development board. It’s issue #2 to be precise.
Liz, on the Raspberry Pi blog, writes:
It’s a free download, full of articles written by members of the Raspberry Pi community, listings for you to type in if you’re learning to program, more on that robot arm, tips on setting up your Raspberry Pi’s SD card, and a two-page spread dissecting a Raspi (gulp).
As the introductory issue states (you can still download #1):
We will introduce you to the various Raspberry Pi operating systems, how to program in a range of languages, and start your own interesting projects. We aim to help experts and beginners get the most out of the Raspberry Pi hardware and more importantly help build a fun and friendly community for everyone to get involved with.
The issue includes details of setting up the Pi, some interfacing projects for beginners, a Command Line Clinic and articles on computer music and Debian.