Well, things seem to be moving faster and faster these days. It seems like only yesterday that we saw the official debut of the Raspberry Pi, but in fact this occurred a year ago at Embedded World 2012. This means the folks at element14 are currently celebrating the Raspberry Pi's first birthday!
In fact, today -- as I pen these words -- the guys and gals at element14
are breaking out the party hats and launching Raspberry Pi Month
with a series of initiatives to celebrate the outstanding success of the little beauty (Click Here
to see the full release).
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