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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 9 Contents:
- An Interview with Limor Fried- Founder and Engineer of Adafruit Industries Limor Fried Talks to The MagPi.
- WebIOPi: Raspberry Pi REST Framework - How to Control the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO Interface from a Web Browser.
- Back Up Your Raspberry Pi - Back Up your SD Card with Optional Compression and DVD Archiving.
- Win Raspberry Pi Goodies - This Month there is an Opportunity to Win a Gertboard.
- Quick2Wire’s I/O Interface Board for the Raspberry Pi - A Review of the Kit and the Assembled Board.
- An Introduction to RISCOS - The RISCOS operating system, from SD card installation to the Desktop.
- Installing & Configuring Arch Linux - Arch Linux, a Barebones Rolling Linux Distribution for the Raspberry Pi.
- An Introduction to Vala Programming - Writing Code in a Vala, a High Level C# Style Language.
- This Month’s Raspberry Pi Events - Find out What's on this Month.
- The C Cave: Structs, Histograms and Data Analysis - Learn more Complicated Data Structures and Programs.
- Scratch Patch: Controlling the GPIO Interface from Scratch - GPIO Control & Interfacing.
- The Python Pit: An Introduction to Webpy, Providing Mobile Phone Connections to Python Projects.
- Feedback and Question Time - Comments and Feedback from Readers.
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The MagPi Issue 9