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In our daily noodlings around the risc/pisphere we often come across – well – really interesting people, up to goodness knows what projects. We thought it would be fun to show off some of these cybermaths to a wider public. So this is what we are doing starting with Sam Aaron.
Sam is “a researcher, software architect and computational thinker with a deep fascination surrounding the notion of communicative programming.” He has a PhD in Computing Science from Newcastle University as is currently working with the Raspberry Pi Group at Cambridge University on a research project to create new schemes of work for teaching Computer Science in schools. He created the Sonic Pi application, which we featured recently.
Read more about him on his website: http://sam.aaron.name/