Issue #191 - Schedule
This week saw the announcement that VNC Connect is now available for free on Raspberry Pi, allowing you to connect to your Pi from anywhere in the world, from a range of devices.
We’ve also released a new Pioneers video, offering some advice on how to film your team’s video submission for the first challenge.
And for those planning to attend our weekend Birthday event, the schedule is now live. Check it out.
There’s also some great projects you can try, including the Raspberry Pi Green Screen and Collect the Dots Scratch game from Winkleink.
As always, make sure to follow us across all our social media accounts and share your projects by tagging us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+.
See you next week,
P.S. We also stuck a Pi in some cake, just because.
VNC Connect(raspberrypi.org) Connect to your Pi from anywhere in the world
A Video About Making a Video(youtu.be) How to make your Pioneers submission video
Big Birthday Weekend Schedule(raspberrypi.org) Tickets still available
PiE-Ink Name Badge(raspberrypi.org) Make your own!
Green Screen(winkleink.com) Change the backdrop with Raspberry Pi
Collect the Dots(winkleink.com) Use the Sense HAT and Scratch
PiMiniMint(hackmypi.com) The Altoids computer
Inclusive Learning at South London Jam(raspberrypi.org)
Grace and Femi work to ensure inclusive learning at their South London Jam
There's always time to learn
Raspberry Pi Cake(twitter.com)
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