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  1. Course Review: Tech Explorations Raspberry Pi Full Stack

    **Course Review: Tech Explorations Raspberry Pi Full Stack** Introduction This article is a review of the popular Udemy course called Tech Explorations Raspberry Pi Full Stack featuring the Raspberry Pi created...Learn More
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  2. This Arduino-Controlled Dispenser Turns Bitcoin into Something Tangible: Candy!

    Bitcoin has been making headlines for many years now, and a large percentage of the articles below those headlines focus on the inherent intangibility of the cryptocurrency. How can something that doesn’t exist...Learn More
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  3. FreeBSD USB Boot on Raspberry Pi 4

    I’ve been fascinated by the Raspberry Pi since it was first introduced in 2012. I bought my very first one that year. Because they were so inexpensive, I ended up with a few. The default OS on Raspberry Pi has...Learn More
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  4. Can You REALLY Edit 1080p Video On A Raspberry Pi?

    Image by Jason Evangelho With my recent shift to full-time video production, I’m typically editing 1080p and 4K video on an expensive PC packing a Ryzen 12-core CPU, 32GB of RAM and an Nvidia RTX 2080 Super. S...Learn More
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  5. Hosting A Modded Minecraft 1.16.4 Server on a Raspberry Pi

    Hosting A Modded Minecraft 1.16.4 Server on a Raspberry Pi Part Two — Setting Up the Server Recently, some friends and I wanted to check out the recent major updates made to Minecraft. There’s something espec...Learn More
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  6. How I Started Self-Hosting

    Should You Self-Host? There are many factors to consider when deciding whether to self-host your applications. You should self-host if: You’re still reading patiently at this point. You enjoy tinkering with stu...Learn More
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  7. Raspberry Pi, iPadOS and Zeroconf

    Thanks to my sweetheart for picking another Raspberry Pi off my wish list, I added another Raspberry Pi 4B to my collection. (Okay, I only have two of them. So far.) I was confounded over the last few days when...Learn More
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  8. Building Your Home Raspberry PI Kubernetes Cluster

    Are there any Kubernetes fans here? I’m running it in production both at work and for my private projects for quite a while now, but sometimes I need a place to quickly develop and test new features without inc...Learn More
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  9. Announcing 2020 CVPR Low-Power Computer Vision Challenge — Online Track

    PyTorch researchers and developers are invited to join the 2020 CVPR Lower-Power Vision Challenge (LPVC) — Online Track for UAV video. The goal of this challenge is to build a system that can discover and recog...Learn More
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  10. I found the Best Raspberry Pi course that helps you in 2021

    Raspberry Pi course for Beginners. Raspberry Pi is the name of a series of single-board computers made by Raspberry Pi Foundation, a UK charity that aims to educate people in computing and create easier access...Learn More
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  11. How to Install Kubernetes Ingress on a Raspberry Pi Cluster

    Setting Up Traefik Installing the Traefik Ingress controller is relatively simple. Note: This is different than the “Kubernetes & Traefik 101” reference. helm install stable/traefik --name --set dashboard.e...Learn More
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  12. Light up your Christmas lights with Java and Raspberry Pi — JVM Advent

    The application TL;DR; run these commands to build and start the application directly on your Raspberry Pi: $ cd JvmAdvent2020 $ mvn package $ sudo java -jar target/jvm-advent-2020-1.0-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-d...Learn More
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