The MagPi - Issue 86 - 2019 October

The MagPi - Issue 86 - 2019 October
Issue 86
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.
  We like to think we’re a pretty welcoming bunch to newcomers here at Raspberry Pi Towers. After all, our favourite computer was designed to help students (of all ages) to learn computing skills. Everybody has to start somewhere, and there’s nowhere better than The MagPi. This magazine, like every issue, is packed with great tutorials and projects for the absolute newbie.
  If that sounds like you, stop reading now and head over to our Scratch 3 tutorial (page 40). In it, Sean McManus will show you how to code with the latest version of the ultra-friendly visual coding tool.
  Right! Everybody else. There comes a point where every Raspberry Pi owner wants to get their teeth into something with more bite. A big ol’ project that needs time, tools, and tenacity. So, this month our lead feature is Powerful Projects for Raspberry Pi (page 26). We’ve asked the community to let us know what ultra-powerful projects they’ve heard about, been testing out, and what they want to make next.
  The result is 25 of the biggest, baddest, most breathtaking projects in existence. From space ballooning and soccer robots to networked
knitting machines, intelligent cucumber sorters, and classic toyhacks, right up to hydroponics.
  PJ has interviewed the makers and got tips and advice. All you need is the get-up-and-go to get started. So dive into our feature, and let us know what you’re going to make.

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