Linux User & Developer is the world’s premium magazine for Linux professionals and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, dedicated to the proliferation of open source tools and knowledge.
The BBC’s micro:bit is finally here and in this issue we take you through five creative projects to get you started with it. There’s a complete teardown of its capabilities against those of the most recent Raspberry Pi models and a handy annotated guide to the tech on board - perfect for helping the kids with their homework, or for integrating the micro:bit into your own maker projects. Elsewhere in the issue, take a look at our ultimate FOSS toolkit - it’s packed with creative software for video editors, music makers, artists and designers, and best of all, it’s free! Plus the magazine is packed with expert tutorials to help you expand your programming knowledge and get more from Linux.
In this issue...
Make with micro:bit
Hands-on with the micro:bit
- The BBC’s single-board sensation is finally revealed
Ultimate FOSS toolkit
- The best creative software for video, audio, design and more
Lock down your online security
- Get more from your password managers
- Turn your Pi into a router
- Investigate network sockets with ss
- File system administration
- Debug Makefiles
- Image editors group test
- CubieTruck Plus review
Free with this issue...
DVD featuring the ultimate FOSS toolkit, packed with the best open source creative software and two live-booting distros