Raspberry Pi might be huge among the developer community, but the teeny computer was originally intended for the educational market. The fine folks behind the Raspberry Pi Foundation wanted to make it possible for kids to learn how to code and build their own computer. As such, RPF's latest collaboration makes a lot of sense.
The charity today announced a new partnership with Wolfram Research that will see a free copy of Mathematica and the Woldram Language into future Rasbian images.
"We believe this will make the Pi a first-class platform for teaching CBM techniques to children of all ages," Raspberry Pi's Liz Upton wrote today.
Current Raspberry Pi users won't be left out in the cold either. As long as you have at least 600 MB of free space on your SD card, you can install both Mathematica and Wolfram Language by typing "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wolfram-engine."