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Issue 8 Contents:
- Skutter Returns – Adding a motorised base
- Home automation – the Santa trap - Automate your home with a Raspberry Pi… and catch Santa in the act!
- Control your Arduino board with Raspberry Pi and Python - Introduction An Arduino board can communicate with the Raspberry Pi via a serial over USB connection.
- PiGauge - Summary Controlling hardware that is hooked up to the Pi is really fun. Controlling hardware from across town or another state that is hooked up to the Pi is awesome.
- Pibow Interview
- CESIL Pi - Learn how to create a 70s Christmas tree with CESIL and a Raspberry Pi.
- C++ Cache – Compiling and running programs
- Ada, a language for everyone - Following on from issue 6, we will continue to cover the basics of the Ada language.
- Database bootcamp - There seems to be a good deal of debate about the language most suitable for learning on computers and one rarely offered is SQL – ‘Structured Query Language.’
- The Python Pit - Python can launch subprocesses that function separately. Using this approach it is possible to create any number of desktop widgets.
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The MagPi Issue 8