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RE: Raspberry Pi(e) - an inedible but intriguing little robot

in STEMGeeks6 months ago

I love the raspberry pi, I have a few of them and learnt a lot with them. I have a home server running on one, and did some ADS-B plane tracking with another.
Do you consider the raspberry as a replacement for you laptop? If you haven't worked with the devices before I think I wouldn't recommend that. Not because it's not possible (it is), but it might need a bit of time to set it up and get familiar with it.

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Awesome!

Do you consider the raspberry as a replacement for you laptop?

Yes. I like myself a good challenge and am a quick learner, especially if things interest me. Aside from that, I have plenty of time.

Have you considered sharing your Rasperry Pi experience on your blog? I would love to read that kind of content.

Cheers!

sounds great! What are your plans for the operating system, Linux/Raspbian or alike, or Windows IoT? I only worked with Linux on mine so far..

Have you considered sharing your Rasperry Pi experience on your blog?

I haven't, but that's a good idea - will think about it, thanks! :)

Haven’t really looked into the OS yet but I must say that after a”almost 30 years of usage, I have grown pretty tired of Windows. Can’t wait to start using something new ;<)