Issue #334 - Carrie Anne Philbin gets the Royal seal of approval
We were so pleased that our Director of Educator Support, Carrie Anne Philbin, was awarded an MBE for her services to education in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020. She is one of the very first employees of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and a fantastic role model and source of inspiration to her colleagues, educators, and young people.
There are a couple of really cool opportunities for young coders this week! Teachers can get their students involved in the UK Bebras Challenge 2020 for schools. And there is just one week left to to register your team’s Astro Pi: Mission Space Lab experiment idea so they are in with a chance to send their code to space with astronaut Thomas Pesquet.
Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about Halloween: we’ve sorted you out with a glow-in-the-dark 3D-printed pumpkin by GitHub’s Martin Woodward.
Congratulations Carrie Anne Philbin, MBE(raspberrypi.org) We believe that she is only just getting started
Join the UK Bebras Challenge 2020 for schools!(raspberrypi.org) Get your students involved!
Send your code to space with astronaut Thomas Pesquet(youtu.be) You've got 1 week left to register your team's experiment idea!
Pumpkin Pi Build Monitor(raspberrypi.org) Glow-in-the-dark PLA filament??!
Raspberry Pi High Quality security camera(raspberrypi.org) "This next test is very dangerous"
AI-Man: a handy guide to video game artificial intelligence(raspberrypi.org)
Catch up on this week’s Digital Making at Home live stream now(raspberrypi.org)
Adarsh Ambati from San Jose, California! Adarsh joined Christina and Matt
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