Pi and Chips for Tomorrow’s Computer Programmers

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Local businesses have lent their support to a scheme aiming to create the computer programmers of the future. The credit card size computers will be used by schools’ joint Solent Computing Club to teach childern how to code and create their own computer programs

Geoff Underwood, managing director of Inflight Peripherals, said “There is a demand for technology and computer specialists- there are more than 40 technology companies on the ISland employing around 5,000 people.

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