Another MagPi leaves the nest

magpi-5.jpgFive for silver…

Just a quick post to flag there is another issue, just out, of the excellent Raspberry Pi magazine, MagPi. It’s number five.

The Raspberry Pi team write:

This issue has a page from the Raspithon team about their 48-hour coding marathon; a new electronics project from Mike Cook (remember those steady hands games where you’d guide a loop around a bent wire without allowing anything to touch?); a slightly more advanced project where you’ll be hooking up a temperature sensor; information on setting up your Pi as a media centre; comparisons of Debian Squeeze and Wheezy – and all the regular columns, like the C Cave, Scratch Patch and Python Pit.

magpi-5.jpgFive for silver…

Just a quick post to flag there is another issue, just out, of the excellent Raspberry Pi magazine, MagPi. It’s number five.

The Raspberry Pi team write:

This issue has a page from the Raspithon team about their 48-hour coding marathon; a new electronics project from Mike Cook (remember those steady hands games where you’d guide a loop around a bent wire without allowing anything to touch?); a slightly more advanced project where you’ll be hooking up a temperature sensor; information on setting up your Pi as a media centre; comparisons of Debian Squeeze and Wheezy – and all the regular columns, like the C Cave, Scratch Patch and Python Pit.

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