Carrie Anne is also a leading advocate for the inclusion of young women in Computer Science. In this interview Carrie Anne explores the development of the Raspberry Pi, how it is used in schools and elsewhere, and why it is such an important tool for teachers and pupils to explore and tinker with in order to expand their knowledge of computing and programming. In this discussion she makes it clear how and why the Raspberry Pi, in all its guises, has found such popularity in education...as well as in space!
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