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theguardian - 10 days ago

Raspberry Pi: how push for child programming skills inspired a coding generation

Company’s cheap, simple-to-use durable minicomputer has proved a hit all over the world Tech firm Raspberry Pi readies for London floatRaspberry Pi, whose popular minicomputers are sold around the world, has come a long way since its co-founder Jack Lang had to store some of the first batch of single-board devices in his garage more than a decade ago.What started out as a project to reverse the decline in computer science applications at Cambridge University went on to inspire a generation of child programmers by offering them an affordable $35 minicomputer. Now the company is preparing to list on the London Stock Exchange. Continue reading...


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