Issue #323 - We launched new keyboards!
(You may be reading this on a Tuesday, and if so, ignore, but I hope you had a good weekend.)
We launched some new keyboards, so now you can get clicking in four more languages.
Our Digital Making at Home series is only getting better: this week, we invited our young learners to figure out how to decode secret messages and had a chat with Prof. Sue Black!
Wireframe magazine is back with a video games special, and we’ve also got the usual mix of helpful guest blogs and cool at-home projects you can try for yourself.
New keyboards for Portugal, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark(raspberrypi.org) Our popular keyboard specially tailored for users in more languages and countries
New issue of Wireframe magazine coming at you(wireframe.raspberrypi.org) Lifting the lid on video games
OpenVX API for Raspberry Pi(raspberrypi.org) Raspberry Pi is excited to bring the Khronos OpenVX 1.3 API to our line of single-board computers
Volunteer your Raspberry Pi to IBM’s World Community Grid(raspberrypi.org) IBM’s World Community Grid is working with scientists on computational experiments to help find potential COVID-19 treatments
Learn about encryption with Prof. Sue Black(raspberrypi.org) We interviewed Prof. Black about her work to save the history of WWII codebreakers
Code Jetpac’s rocket building action | Wireframe #40(raspberrypi.org) Use Python and Pygame to make a Jetpac-style rocket-building game
Be a better Scrabble player with a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera(raspberrypi.org) While we don't condone cheating, this is cool cheating
Learn about the Caesar Cypher(raspberrypi.org) Encryption with Scratch and Python
560 hardware and software projects from young innovators(online.coolestprojects.org) Explore the Coolest Projects showcase gallery
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