Just over seven million Raspberry Pis have been sold around the world. That makes this credit card-sized PC one of the most successful computers the UK has ever made. It’s quite amazing really, that a tiny UK charity, dedicated to making computing and computer science aﬀordable and available to people from all walks of life, should end up with such an incredible success story on their hands.
You can learn more about the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable and educational aims at raspberrypi.org, but regardless of what you want to do with your Raspberry Pi – be it for fun, for education, or as a proof of concept for a multimillion-dollar invention – The Ofcial Raspberry Pi Project Book has something to inspire, help, and guide you on your journey. Whatever you decide to do with your Pi, I hope you have fun doing it.
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