awesome blog and drop Raspberry Pi Kid a Twitter follow.
Raspberry Pi-certified educator, admitted Microbit ED groupie, and renowned maker Lorraine Underwood is one of my favorite Twitter accounts on the web. The regular conference attendee frequently shares her work with Pi boards, laser cutters, and other phenomenal maker tech. Add to her follower list which is over 3,000 and includes the likes of Maker Faire UK and Hackaday. You can read her writings on Lorraine's website, as well as in print.
omg omg omg! I have a book deal with publishers @TAB_DIY to write a book on Coding for kids. Working title is "Save the World with Code: 20 Fun Projects Using Raspberry Pi, micro:bit, and Circuit Playground Express for Kids" @adafruit @microbit_edu @Raspberry_Pi 😀😲😀😜— Lorraine Underwood (@LMcUnderwood) December 11, 2018
Director of Engineering at Norcot, Pete Lomas is the co-creator of Raspberry Pi and exhibits a passion for STEM. He's a regular tweeter, discussing Raspberry Pi Jams, the state of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, 3D modeling, and STEM.
What a difference 6 years makes! A to 3A+ https://t.co/Y6DSWAMRzp— Pete Lomas (@PeteLomasPi) November 30, 2018
Mike Darby is a brilliant maker and YouTuber. His Raspberry Pi-based concoctions include a Star Trek robotics project, a "Terminator"-inspired talking skull, and Pocket Pi. If you're a fellow geek and maker, definitely add to Mikey D's followers list.
check out his website which is chock full of superb content.
While there are tons of Raspberry Pi makers and DIYers to follow on Twitter, loads of companies and organizations are worth subscribing to as well. Pi Supply is a UK-based Raspberry Pi board and maker tech shop. Here, you'll find tons of HATs, accessories, and more. Notably, its IoT LoRa board is a cool device to keep up with.
NEW PRODUCTS: We are delighted to announce the launch of our IoT LoRa Range on @kickstarter - we would be very grateful for your support with either a pledge or sharing our project! https://t.co/TQ2tV0kyQy pic.twitter.com/eJKSEYnVJq— Pi Supply (@PiSupply) October 5, 2018
Likewise, Pimoroni is maybe best known for its Pibow case and Picade retro Raspberry Pi arcade, as well as Picade Console. The only reason not to follow Pimoroni is if you enjoy your money in your wallet, because we guarantee you'll want every product they carry.
Use our Keybow mechanical keyboard as a mini control pad for Ableton Live, mapping the keys to trigger effects or clips, or even map it to a drum rack. 🎹🥁https://t.co/Z8rZwesmqA— pimoroni (@pimoroni) January 27, 2019
Top Raspberry Pi Experts to Follow on Twitter: Final ThoughtsUltimately, there are tons of worthy candidates for Raspberry Pi thought leaders on Twitter. If you haven't already done so, you should follow Electromaker on Twitter. We've got some wonderful tutorials and editorials on the Raspberry Pi and more. Our very own Les Pounder is a fantastic source for Pi content, as well as robotics projects. You can follow me on Twitter as well for tech talk, film chat, and overall geekiness.
What Raspberry Pi experts do you follow on Twitter?