Back in February at the Raspberry Jamboree, my colleagues Carrie Anne, Clive and I were interviewed by the Linux Voice team about Raspberry Pi‘s views on computing education.
Linux Voice is a fantastic new free software magazine which was funded by a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo at the end of last year. I backed it as soon as I heard about it, and I eagerly anticipated the arrival of its first issue. We’re now five issues in and I’ve loved every one – the guys are doing a great job. I highly recommend a subscription!
From the beginning they committed to making all their articles available for free after up to nine months from publishing, released with a Creative Commons licence. Some material has been published early, such as the brilliant piece on Grace Hopper from Issue 3. Luckily for us, the interview they conducted with us, which featured in Issue 2, was released in full earlier this month, so I’m pleased to be able to share it now!
Go read it – Linux Voice: Education, Education, Education
The interview was also posted on opensource.com