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The MagPi Raspberry Pi Magazine - Issue 24

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a pre order, expected shipping will occur from mid to end of September 2014 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. As most of you will already know, The MagPi is available to read online for free (www.themagpi.com). However, do you (like us) prefer to read from a printed, hard copy instead of from a screen? Do you prefer to be able to read your favourite Raspberry Pi magazine offline? Well now you can! Get issue 24 of The MagPi magazine in a high quality, glossy printed copy today! Issue 24 editorial: Welcome to issue 24 of The MagPi magazine. This month?s issue is packed cover to cover with something for just about everyone! We kick off with Daniel Pelikan?s ?Raspberry Pi Scope?, an article which describes in detail how to use the Raspberry Pi as a 10 MSPS scope. We follow this with the concluding part of Micheal Petersen?s Weather Balloon series, where he looks at the code used in their Multi-Sensor Array before moving onto a great article looking how to build a spectrophotometer using the Raspberry Pi and Wolfram language. John Shovic shares with us his penultimate article, part five, of Project Curacao. John describes actually deploying the monitor and also reveals some results from within the first 8 weeks of it?s data collection. He finishes the article with some suggestions of future upgrades and we look forward to part six to see how this project has evolved further. We have a MagPi exclusive interview with Carrie Anne Philbin from the foundation on the first Picademy at Raspberry Towers and we pay homage to 1980?s LOGO with an article looking at the use of Python with the module ?Turtle? to produce similar graphics. Allen Heard, Head of IT at Ysgol Bryn Elian High School describes his fantastic Tech-Dojo events inspiring tomorrow?s programmers and we start a new series looking at improving our understanding of Wi-Fi in Richard Wenner?s education article ?Raspberry Spy?. We finish off by returning to C++ cache looking at object-object communication. We had better begin?

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