Forget apple pie. Go Raspberry Pi!

Broadcom MASTERS finalists learn a little computer programming

By Sid Perkins, 19:27 PM October 2, 2013

WASHINGTON — After a tough three days of competing in science challenges, it’s nice to kick back and relax. You know, learn a new computer language. Maybe do a bit of programming.

On their last day in Washington, the 30 finalists in the 2013 Broadcom MASTERS competition spent a couple of hours learning about Raspberry Pi. It’s a simple computer built on a circuit board barely larger than a playing card. Besides the electrical components where the communications and power cords are attached, th...

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