Raspberry Pi hacking competition set for December
Electronics distributor CPC is inviting entries for the first ever Raspberry Pi 'hackathon', a competition to see which individual or team can come up with the most interesting "hacked" innovation based on the famous ARM computer.
Called the Raspberry Pi "hack day", the competition will pit 100 entrants against one another in a number of categories using only the board, Internet access, soldering irons and as much coding as they think appropriate.
Participants will have 24-hours to complete projects, at the end of which judges will category winners will be awarded from a variety of prizes including camcorders, Android tablets and the geek must-have, the Hubsan H107 Quadcopter.
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