Every self respecting computer system has its own magazine and now it seems the Cambridge-grown Raspberry Pi has one too. The photo shows a segment of the crowded magazine shelf in Barnes and Noble’s shop in Union Square, New York, taken on a recent trip.
The magazine even seems to have CJBS official yellow lettering. Good work by our ever vigilant branders.
The Pi grew out of the University of Cambridge Computer Lab as a project to provide a cheap platform to stimulate computer programming by young people. It has been wildly successful. Two of the four pioneers have links to Judge Business School. Eben Upton did an Executive MBA and serial entrepreneur Jack Lang is a regular and much valued contributor to the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Judge.