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The MagPi Raspberry Pi Magazine - Issue 9

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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. 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 9 of The MagPi magazine in a high quality, glossy printed copy today! Issue 9 contents:
  • An interview with Limor Fried from Adafruit - Founder and engineer of Adafruit Industries Limor Fried talks to The MagPi.
  • WebIOPi - Raspberry Pi REST framework - Learn how to control the Raspberry Pi's GPIO interface from a web browser.
  • Backing up your Raspberry Pi - Backup your SD card with optional compression and DVD archiving.
  • Win some more 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 - A basic introduction to the RISCOS operating system, from SD card installation to the desktop.
  • Installing & configuring Arch Linux - Learn how to install Arch Linux, a barebones rolling Linux distribution on 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 is on this month.
  • The C Cave - structs, histograms and data analysis - Learn how to build more complicated data structures and programs.
  • Scratch Patch - controlling the GPIO interface from Scratch - Learn the first steps to GPIO control, allowing more complicated interfacing.
  • The Python Pit - drive your Raspberry Pi with a mobile phone - An introduction to webpy, providing mobile phone connections to python projects.
  • Feedback and question time - Comments and feedback from readers.

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