About five years ago, a small group of enthusiast designers led by Eben Upton launched a small, inexpensive computer that looked nothing like a normal computer. The bare green PCB board appealed to makers and hackers and the option to connect a keyboard and screen appealed to traditional computer nerds. Today, the Raspberry Pi is the best-selling personal computer in the United Kingdom.
Circuit Cellar recently visited Cambridge, England, to interview Upton about his work at the Raspberry Pi Foundation and more. Check it out.
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