The Raspberry Pi Foundation has today released a new edition of its awesome HackSpace magazine providing plenty of projects, interviews tips and tricks to help you improve your programming, electronics and making skills.
The HackSpace magazine issue five which is now available to purchase and this week’s magazine features an interview with Adafruit founder Limor Fried, aka Ladyada, Who has played a massive part in bringing the maker movement into homes and schools.
“In this issue, turn a Dremel multitool into a workbench saw with some wood, perspex, and a bit of laser cutting; make a Starfleet com-badge and pretend you’re Captain Jean-Luc Picard (shaving your hair off not compulsory); add intelligence to builds the easy way with Node-RED; and get stuck into Cheerlights, one of the world’s biggest IoT project.”
As you can imagine the latest HackSpace magazine also includes more details on the new and recently launched Raspberry Pi 3 B+ which offers makers more power and dual band Wi-Fi connectivity all for just $35. Individual copies of HackSpace magazine are available in selected stockists across the UK, including Tesco, WHSmith, and Sainsbury’s. They’ll also be making their way across the globe to USA, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Belgium in the coming weeks.
Source: RPiFFiled Under: DIY Projects, Top News