Issue #93 — Dog

Friday 27 March 2015


This week the Foundation published their 1000th blog post and curated some stats on the blog’s history for the occasion. You can look back on over 4 years of stories from the Raspberry Pi team.

Andrew Robinson and the PiFace team just launched CodeBug on Kickstarter – it’s a programmable wearables device you can code from anywhere.

PiJuice is back as sponsor this week and it’s great to see it having done so well this weekend is your last chance to back it.

This weekend is also your last chance to apply for the Raspberry Pi Creative Technologists programme – those aged 16-21 can apply for the 12-month programme. Read more at and apply before 9am Monday!


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Robot Dog project at the PA Consulting Raspberry Pi competition



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