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Small and durable computer turns 10

The Raspberry Pi, a $35 credit-card-sized device designed by Eben Upton, a Cambridge Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Eben Upton (EMBA 2009) Which is a more brutal environment – a large factory…

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Financial Times: Raspberry Pi – the tiny British computer turns 10

Eben Upton, an alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2011) and chief executive of Cambridge-based Raspberry Pi Limited, speaks about how his invention became best-selling UK computer of all time. Watch the video []…

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The sky’s the limit: Raspberry Pi goes for Brazil, India and China

The tiny, credit card-sized computer, Raspberry Pi, has outsold the targets predicted by its Cambridge-based designers, reaching a million sales in 12 months. In its second year the Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes to continue selling at current volumes in existing…

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Research by Cambridge MBAs for tech firm Undo finds software bugs cost the industry $316 billion a year

A team of five Cambridge Judge Business School MBA students made headlines in the press for the work they completed during their Cambridge Venture Project (CVP) for software fim Undo Ltd. As part of their CVP, Graham Carver, Lisa Jeng,…

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