MagPi 15 is out and it’s a good ‘un

MagPi 15 is out now. As usual it’s so full of Raspberry Pi goodness that I don’t know where to start: build a custom OS; XML; AdvMAME; our good friend James H riffing on camera stuff; real time clock; Arduino/Pi interfacing; RiscOS and more.

I insist that you download it immediately and soak it up like a nice big mug of beef tea.

A cover like this needs a  soundtrack. You have our permission to weep with nostalgic joy until your tear ducts dessicate.


JBeale avatar

Great stuff, very informative! After reading Alan Holt’s “beginner” level Python article at the end, I realize I really am a beginner in that language.

raymondillo avatar

I cannot get Magpi issue 15 the ISSUU site keeps telling me that this issue is not available. I then tried several earlier versions and the same thing… Has this become subscription only?

clive avatar

It’s not subscription only. Tested it in Chrome & Firefox here, works fine. You running any add-ons/extensions?

johnbanks avatar

How do you download it as a .pdf?

Peter avatar
moshe742 avatar

I asked myself the same question and finally found the answer.
To download the magpi as pdf go to and there enter the issue you want to download. Inside this page you will have a link for pdf version

max avatar

Did I miss something here ???? I can’t see how I down load it.
No I don’t want to read it on line.

InverseSandwich avatar

Click the PDF button on this page:

Nitish avatar

What on earth is beef tea ?

The Pi Hut avatar


The Raspberry Pi Guy avatar

Great news! Can’t wait to read it…

The Raspberry Pi Guy

Jongoleur avatar

Beef tea?

You mean a seaming hot beverage made with an OXO cube or teaspoon of Bovril (other meat based products are available)?

Or the Victorian concoction given to the ill consisting of scraped steak fragments steeped overnight in warm water?

The Pi Hut avatar

You make is sound so appetising!

clive avatar

Links updated to point to landing page so you can download pdf or read on Issuu.

Robert_M avatar

For me, the soundtrack would go something like this:

welshy avatar

A good choice, but the Article is about Arcade Games and compiling/using Advance MAME

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