Our own Amy Mather was just featured on CBBC’s Newsround – along with Raspberry Pi Foundation founder Eben Upton.
Raspberry Pi might be a tiny computer but it’s having a big impact.
Designed to make computer code writing easy, it’s been used to film a teddy bears leap from space, to play a xylophone and to create a sat nav for bikes.
And since launching in 2011, they’ve now sold their millionth device in the UK.
Nel’s been to meet some kids who’ve been inspired to get coding.
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