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Issue 29 Contents:
TRAFFIC LIGHT - Simulating a bi-directional traffic light
PROJECT CURACAO - Part 6: Upgrades on the Beach
NEW MODEL A+ - Introducing the latest Raspberry Pi hardware
INTRODUCING OPENCV - Part 2: Computer Vision on the Raspberry Pi
DIGITAL TEMPERATURE SENSOR - Logging temperature with 1 -wire sensor
FUZE BASIC - Part 5: Using FUZE BASIC to control a robot arm
EXTERNAL STORAGE - Part 1 : File systems, partition tables and rsync
VERSION CONTROL - Version control basics using Git - Part 3
SCRATCH PATCH: GOING BALLISTIC - Learning to land on Mars
THIS MONTH'S EVENTS - Manchester, Lagos, Northern I reland, Glasgow, Saarbrücken
PYTHON PIT: MAGIC 8 BALL - Creating a GUI with Python's Tkinter