This new digital magazine will show you how to build and program amazing Raspberry Pi creations. RasPi Magazine issue one is on sale now for 69p/ 99¢, packed with easy-to-follow tutorials and the latest Raspberry Pi tips and advice from the team behind Linux User & Developer magazine.
If you’ve had enough of hacking phones and tablets, issue one of this monthly digital magazine will show readers how to build a DIY drone as well as give new Raspberry Pi users essential advice on how to set up.
Editor in Chief Nick Roberts declared, “We’re really excited about the launch of RasPi – we know this new, inquisitive generation of coders will love it.”
The Raspberry Pi £25 pocket-sized computer reached its three million units sold milestone in June, making it the most popular educational and coding project computer of all time. It has now doubled the sales of the classic BBC Micro of the 1980s. Like Android, Raspberry Pi is completely open source, and coders have found all sorts of creative uses for it from building their own airborne drones to hacking Minecraft.
The first issue of RasPi magazine follows the launch of a free sampler last week, showing you how to build your own remote control car.
Like what you see? You can also subscribe to RasPi for £3.99/$5.99 for an annual subscription.
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