Member Since: December 19, 2011

Country: United States

  • Hi,

    I love to teach kids programming using scratch and they love picoboards. One of the ways I can reduce the cost to the kids is to get them a super cheap computer to run scratch on and take home. Raspberry PI has allowed this which is awesome, and I would like to get the picoboard to work with it.

    I tried and it kind of works a bit then uses up all the cpu and stops working after a while. Not sure if there is anywhere that has hints on how to get this to work or if you have plans to support, but it would be great for the kids.

    thanks Joel

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