Let us know about your longest serving Raspberry Pi projects!
Have you created an amazing and awe-inspiring project using a Raspberry Pi that is still going strong?
Were you one of the first to purchase a Raspberry Pi from Farnell’s website in 2012 and that same board is still in operation?
Or does your school or coding club have an example the longest serving Raspberry Pi used in education?
To celebrate a decade-long partnership between Farnell and Raspberry Pi, we are looking for the top 10 applications which showcase examples of the longest serving Raspberry Pi.
All you have to do is share your story to be in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes.
Use the space below to tell us about your Raspberry Pi application, including as much detail as possible about your project such as what you set out to achieve, how it was a success and – most important of all – when you built it.
The 10 best examples of 10 years of Raspberry Pi use will receive a major prize including 10 Raspberry Pi Picos and a Raspberry Pi NOIR 8MP Camera, to either keep for themselves or donate as they choose. For example, a winner may want to re-gift their prize to their local school to inspire the next generation of programmers.
Ten bundles of 10X Raspberry Pi Pico and Raspberry Pi NoIR Cameras are to be given away
Closing date for entries is Saturday, 30th April 2022. Terms & Conditions apply (see below) and the judges’ decision is final.
About Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi was launched with the aim of reversing the decline in applications to study Computer Science at Cambridge University by providing young people with a fun, robust, low-cost computer with which they could learn to program. In the decade since, Raspberry Pi has sold tens of millions of units around the world to help people to learn programming skills, build hardware projects, do home automation and even use them in industrial applications.
Ten winners will each receive 10 Raspberry Pi Picos and a Raspberry Pi NOIR 8MP Camera
Step 2: Post in the comments section below as much detail as possible regarding your project including what you set out to achieve, what inspired you, how it was a success and when you built it. Videos, pictures and text are all welcomed forms of submission. At least one photograph must be submitted as part of your entry to evidence your Raspberry Pi application in action.
And that’s it! Judges will review all entries submitted before the closing date of April 30, with the 10 winners announced in May. All winners must agree for their details to be used in promotional activity relating to the competition.