Raspberry Pi

Finally, no “thinking about the web” workshop would be complete without talking about the next wave in the “maker culture” ethos – Micro-microcomputing – represented by the Raspberry Pi. In its most basic form, it is a tiny credit card sized Linux computer priced at under $40. However, its capabilities range from web server, to media center, your own private cloud, to things beyond your imagination(and, yes, maybe beyond your coding skills). Many people share their ideas, and detailed tutorials, to allow people to learn some of the most fundamental aspects of what the web runs on. An updated model of the Raspberry Pi was just released . . .


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