We've got a tip for you. 50 of them, in fact. All in this month's edition of The MagPi magazine.
The MagPi 80 is packed with the best tips for Raspberry Pi. These tips cover everything from the Raspbian operating system, the command line, system security, coding, making, and networking. There's something here for everybody: beginner and expert alike.
Ham radio projects and Raspberry Pi
Regular readers may remember a survey we did a while back. One of the responses was about ham radio, and lots of our readers are big ham fans. Every since the Raspberry Pi came out, ham fans have been using it to build weird and wonderful things. This month we let you know what your Pi can do with a ham radio.
Underwater drone (and all the best projects)
We love this home-made underwater drone project. Inspired by watching the Discovery Channel, Ievgenii Tkachenko used trial-and-error to build a waterproof camera drone. It's a great example of what a can-do attitude and a Raspberry Pi can achieve. You'll find all the latest, and greatest, projects in this month's The MagPi.
Community interview: Claire Pollard
Claire is a maker, marketer, and a familiar face on the Raspberry Pi community circuit. Last year she left her job and went to work full-time with the Raspberry Pi community. Get to know the voice of Formula Pi in this month's The MagPi magazine.
Build a karaoke machine
Turn a Raspberry Pi into a fully-featured karaoke machine and sing along to your favourite tunes. KG Orphanides uses a HiFiBerry DAC+ADC HAT to turn a Raspberry Pi into a singing machine.
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