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The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It's a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
For all those MagPi readers who want a hard copy of the best Raspberry Pi magazine available to pour over whilst sitting infront of your Pi - The MagPi is now available from ModMyPi in a high quality professional magazine format!
Issue 1 Contents:
- Fresh Fruit - If you like your apples to be white and shiny, your apricots made from silicon, and you'd rather talk to your blackberries, then you may be in for a treat...
- The Dawn Of Affordable Computing A summary of the early computers
- The Fall Of Programming
- The Pioneers – The story of how the Raspberry Pi came to be
- Skutter - In these articles I will be describing some experiments into controlling real world applications using various aspects of the Raspberry Pi computer
- A Tasty Bit Of RacyPy - Why not have a play with RacyPy and jump into the world of Linux and programming?
- Debian VirtualBox - A step-by-step guide to creating a virtual machine of the 'Debian Linux' operating system to run on your Windows PC.16
- Programming - Computer programming or ‘coding’ is a method of getting a computer to perform tasks, such as displaying and processing information, creating games and applications or controlling devices, motors or robots.
- The Scratch Patch - Here at The MagPi, we highly recommend you to try out ‘Scratch’
- The Python Pit - Here at the Python Pit, you will find Python and Pygame programs to type in.
Downloadable Copies and More Information on the MagPi is Available Direct on the MagPi Website
The MagPi Issue 1