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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 13 Contents:
- INTERVIEW WITH AMY MATHER - The MagPi speaks to Amy Mather about Raspberry Jams and the future of young hackers
- THIS MONTH'S EVENTS GUIDE - York, Trier, Charlotte, Bristol
- PI MATRIX - An introduction to controlling 64 LEDs and programming the I2C bus
- COMPETITION - Win a Raspberry Pi Model B and the new PiAngle case courtesy of PC Supplies Ltd
- MAKING MUSIC WITH SCHISM - Adding samples to your soundtrack
- A COCKTAIL OF EXPANSION BOARDS - It's a small world after all... with the "So Tiny" project
- RISC OS ELITE - Playing the Archimedes version of the classic space trading game on a Raspberry Pi!
- BOOK REVIEWS - Raspberry Pi for Dummies and Super Scratch Programming Adventure
- C CAVE - Linking to FORTRAN77
- SCRATCH PATCH - Racing with Scratch - learn how to write simple video games
- PYTHON PIT - Using a simple client-server model for parallel calculations - Part 2
- FEEDBACK - Have your say about The MagPi
Downloadable Copies and More Information on the MagPi is Available Direct on the MagPi Website
The MagPi Issue 13