IT Pro Live: One year of Raspberry Pi 4
Founder Eben Upton shares what's next for the company
The Raspberry Pi family keeps on breaking new ground, with the diminutive little machine used in everything from retro emulators to industrial projects and even space missions. So, one year on from the launch of Raspberry Pi 4, what’s next? In this Q&A session, we spoke to Raspberry Pi founder Eben Upton to find out.
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Founder & CEO, Raspberry Pi
Dr Eben Upton CBE DFBCS FREng is a founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, serves as the CEO of Raspberry Pi (Trading), its commercial and engineering subsidiary. He is the co-author, with Gareth Halfacree of the Raspberry Pi User Guide, and with Jeff Duntemann and others of Learning Computer Architecture with Raspberry Pi. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2017, appointed a Distinguished Fellow of the British Computer Society in 2019, and elected an Honorary Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge in 2020. In an earlier life, he founded two successful mobile games and middleware companies, Ideaworks 3d and Podfun, held the post of Director of Studies for Computer Science at St John's College, and wrote the Oxford Rhyming Dictionary with his father, Professor Clive Upton. He holds a BA in Physics and Engineering, a PhD in Computer Science, and an MBA, from the University of Cambridge.