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The MagPi takes the temperature
What’s in the May issue? You can find a tutorial on physical computing describing how to use 1-Wire temperature sensors, details of Sonic Pi v2.0, a look at how to build your own XMPP chat server, and the beginning of a two-part series on using the Raspberry Pi to study atmospheric pollution.
Marking its second birthday of publication, there are also give-aways worth £2,000.Tags: The MagPi