About Raspberry Pi
We’re pretty sure that when you hear the word ‘raspberry’ your next thought won't be “what other fruits should I add to this smoothie?” No you are probably thinking hardware. With more than 3 million Raspberry Pi boards throughout the world, this totally makes sense. You can blame the British engineer Eben Upton. Although he was just a lad when Acorn’s BBC Micro computer was released in the ‘80s, it inspired him together with a team of geeky minds working at Broadcom to design an affordable, credit card-sized, relatively powerful computer capable of running a Linux-based OS. Like the BBC Micro its aim is to inspire the next generation of coders, engineers and well... geeks.