The Raspberry Pi, an open source bare bones computer that can fit in the palm of your hand and cost $35, is finally getting into the hands of people who ordered them months ago. The machine was conceived as a way to get a powerful computer into the hands of young people and inspire them to learn how to program. To incentivize students on summer break, the Raspberry Pi foundation has launched a contest for full time students under the age of 18 with prizes ranging from $200 to $1000. For those wanting to enter the contest who have not ordered a Raspberry Pi, there are emulators that will simulate the Raspi environment. This is an opportunity to remind STEM teachers to get on the bandwagon and brush up on their own programming skills and consider the introduction of something like the Pi into their curriculum, such as the ubiquitous arduino.