Advertisements

Raspberry Pi, the group in Cambridge, England, has split their site into two. Technically, they were always two groups that worked as colleagues, but now it’s more apparent, and easier to navigate. 

RaspberryPi.com is the group and site for commerce. Want to buy a tiny, affordable computer for use with IoT, school projects, or just running simple Linux projects in the house? This is the place.

RaspberryPi.org is the site for the Raspberry Pi foundation, supporting education and developing world projects that happen to use the tiny computer. 

For example, Pi foundation is blogging about people in India using Raspberry Pi 4 computers for 30 second blood analysis. 

For resources for learning programming, resources for teachers to help teach it, and even a challenge where young people can write code that will run on a Pi on the International Space Station, the foundation’s Raspberrypi.org is the place.
https://www.wristwatchreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/img_0204.png

All products recommended by Knapsack are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.