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Featured in IBTimes

Exciting news! Today Pi á la Code was featured in the International Business Times India edition under technology. I hope that this article will help us spread Pi á la Code and expand to school all over Himachal Pradesh. I am going to reach out to the government again to see if I can get some more t...


Collaborating with the Foundation!

I'm so excited that I will be participating in the Raspberry Pi Foundation's inaugural U.S. Picademy event at the Computer History Museum in February 2016. The Foundation covered my project recently, https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/the-pi-a-la-code-project-taking-the-raspberry-pi-to-rural-india/ an...


Raspberry Pi releases the Pi Zero!

Wow!! What exciting news to discover right before Thanksgiving. The Raspberry Pi Foundation has just released its newest model of the Raspberry Pi: the Pi Zero. It has most of the functionality of the other models, but is a lot smaller and costs only $5. I got incredibly excited reading about this!...


Service learning at UW-Madison

Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Madison, Wisconsin, one of the graduate schools my Dad went to. I had never been Madison before, and it was quite a beautiful campus! I visited at a time when Wisconsin was warmer than California; I couldn't imagine that the same campus is covered in snow for...


India brings Pi to school kids in Kerala

I have discovered that the Kerala Chief Minister, Oomen Chandy, is providing 10,000 students in Kerala with Raspberry Pis. This is huge for a third-world country like India. Over 6,000 government schools are going to have the ability to use the raspberry pi. Bringing such new and innovative technolo...