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Development Follow 747 Followers $200 Self-Driving Cars with RasPi and Tensorflow by William Roscoe Follow 0 Followers , Adam Conway Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 27, 2018
Followers Live Coding in the Classroom with Sonic Pi by Sam Aaron Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jul 24, 2015 1
Followers 10 Platforms in 30 Minutes–Powered by Eclipse by Maximilian Koegel Follow 0 Followers , Jonas Helming Follow 0 Followers Posted on Jul 01, 2015
Followers Java SE 8 for Tablets, Pis, and Legos by Stephen Chin Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 10, 2014
Followers Is It A Car? Is It A Computer? No, It's a Raspberry Pi Java Carputer by Simon Ritter Follow 3 Followers Posted on Jun 25, 2014

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Development Follow 747 Followers Raspberry Pi Launch Zero W by Chris Swan Follow 623 Followers Posted on Mar 06, 2017 Development Follow 747 Followers Raspberry Pi Leaps into 64-bit Computing with Model 3 by Alex Blewitt Follow 4 Followers Posted on Feb 29, 2016 Development Follow 747 Followers Raspberry Pi Launches the Zero, a $5 Computer by Alex Blewitt Follow 4 Followers Posted on Nov 26, 2015
Java Follow 1162 Followers Q&A With Speakers of the Enterprise Java Track at the Upcoming JAX London by Abraham Marín Pérez Follow 9 Followers Posted on Oct 01, 2015 Mobile Follow 183 Followers Facebook Parse Adds New Platforms to its IoT SDK by Sergio De Simone Follow 21 Followers Posted on Sep 18, 2015 Mobile Follow 183 Followers BBC MicroBit Aims to Make Computing Cool for Kids by Alex Blewitt Follow 4 Followers Posted on Jul 08, 2015
Followers Raspberry Pi 2 Brings More Power, Memory and Windows Support by Alex Blewitt Follow 4 Followers Posted on Feb 02, 2015 Followers A Few Highlights from QConSF2013- Part 1 of 2 by Martin Monroe Follow 0 Followers Posted on Nov 30, 2013

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Development Follow 747 Followers No Starch Press' Python Playground Review and Q&A with the Author by Sergio De Simone Follow 21 Followers Posted on Dec 25, 2015 No Starch Press’ Python Playground provides a fairly large and varied collection of projects that aim to show how Python can be used in such different contexts as creating ASCII art, birds simulation, interfacing to Raspberry Pi, and more. InfoQ has spoken to the book’s author, Mahesh Venkitachalam.

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