If you’re a regular around here, you might have noticed the new “For Home” option in our navigation bar up at the top of the page. But before you click it, wait a moment. We want to bend your ear about what we’re up to, and we want to pick your brains about what you think we should get up to.
For Home is where we’re collecting together resources that will help you get started with your Raspberry Pi at home. From Raspberry Pi OS and Imager downloads to accessories and tutorials, we want For Home to be a great first stop on anyone’s Raspberry Pi journey.
Raspberry Pi tutorials
The most exciting part of For Home — for me, at least — is the tutorials section. The Raspberry Pi Foundation provides fantastic resources that focus on helping people learn coding and electronics, and we want to complement these with tutorials for some of our favourite trending projects, from RetroPie and NAS boxes to Raspberry Pi clusters and more.
Take a look and let us know how you get on with them. We hope they’ll help you set up that thing you’ve been meaning to sort out for ages, but not quite getting around to.
What should we make next?
We’re already putting together the next fun and interesting Raspberry Pi tutorials to add to our first few, and we’d love your ideas for what to try out next. OctoPrint is already on its way, as is a rather lovely Ambilight-like system using RGB LEDs. But what else?
What’s on your list? Which projects were on your list when you got your hands on a Raspberry Pi for the very first time? What should you have made when you got your first Raspberry Pi? Which one project is so cool or so useful that everyone should have a go? Tell us!