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Tag Archives: raspberry pi foundation
£1 million education fund.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has been very busy with lots of announcements this month. The Raspberry Pi Foundation Education Fund is a fantastic opportunity for you to get paid to do a fun and interesting project. Looking … Continue reading
What a Jam..
What a fantastic Raspberry Pi Jam here in Malvern last week! Key IQ and Little Pi Shop welcomed over 20 children from more than 6 local schools to spend an hour playing with the Raspberry Pi and to have a … Continue reading
Malvern Festival of Innovation 2013
Little Pi Shop took the opportunity to showcase its Raspberry Pi Starter kits to MP Harriet Baldwin at the Malvern Festival of Innovation 2013. The event was open to the public on the Saturday and it was a chance to … Continue reading
Malvern Raspberry Jam – Student Edition
Little Pi Shop had a fun time on Tuesday afternoon taking part in the very first Student Edition Raspberry Pi Jam at The Wyche Innovation Centre, Malvern. It was great to see kids embracing a barebones computer and coming away … Continue reading
The home of the Raspberry Pi
The tiny and affordable credit-card sized computer was borne out of an idea from Eben Upton, Rob Mullins, Jack Lang and Alan Mycroft (University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory). They had noticed an increasing decline in the numbers and skills levels … Continue reading