From Wired: When the $35 Raspberry Pi credit card-sized computer launched in early 2012, it was an instant hit. The toy-like PC was designed by Eben Upton, a Broadcomm chip architect by day, who spends his nights devising ways to boost computer science interest among the rest of the non-logic designing world. Wired Business talked to Upton about Raspberry Pi, the state of children’s computer science education, and why everyone, whatever their job, could benefit from some coding chops.

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