Issue #282 - Furze
Friday, Friday, gotta get down on…no, I’m sorry, I can’t do it. And I’m sorry for the earworm.
But I’ll tell you what we’re not sorry for: sending our photographer Fiacre to the explosive home of Colin Furze for this 12-page HackSpace extravaganza!
Once you’ve had your fill of Colin’s rather phenomenal antics, check out our newly announced Picademy North America dates, online learning opportunities, and Pi-tastic* projects.
Have yourself an amazing week, and I’ll see you next Friday!
*I’m also sorry for ‘Pi-tastic’.
New Picademy North America dates for 2019(raspberrypi.org) More Picademy in more places
Disable 'always-listening' on your smart home assistant(raspberrypi.org) Hey, Google, shhhhhh...
Clap on, clap off with the Raspberry Pi Clapper(raspberrypi.org) Clap on, clap off. Clap on, clap off. Clap on...
Raspberry Pi–monitored chemical reactor(raspberrypi.org) From Hello World issue 7
My favourite celebrity(projects.raspberrypi.org) Our latest free project is live
Send your code to space(astro-pi.org) There's still time to sign up to Mission Zero
The explosive inventions of Colin Furze(raspberrypi.org)
From HackSpace magazine issue 15
We’re hosting the UK’s first-ever Scratch Conference Europe(raspberrypi.org)
Explore the creative ways in which people are programming and learning with Scratch
Register your project(coolestprojects.org)
Coolest Projects events all over the world
Free safeguarding e-learning module(raspberrypi.org)
This free 30-minute interactive module gives you practical advice on child safeguarding
Free course: How Computers Work(rpf.io)
There's still a time to sign up to our free online course!
Free course: Programming 102(rpf.io)
For this one too!
Free course: Bringing Data to Life(rpf.io)
And for this one!
Upcoming community webinar(coderdojo.com)
Join the conversation
Testing Scratch 3.0(blog.codeclub.org.uk)
Children at Andoversford Primary School explore the new Scratch
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