jackaroo
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Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:47 am

Quick addendum, what I'm here for, at all:

Pi is the perfect platform to prototype and to interface new projects. It works out of the box, has all common protocols and is open for own ideas, which can be easily realized. Plus, vast documentation and a community, if questions remain in spite.
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My eyes see "MicroSoft", my brain reads "NanoWeak" - Linux since Kernel 1.0.36

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Doom2
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Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:01 am

I play Doom...

lionelspagna
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Sat Sep 15, 2018 5:54 pm

Hi Guys, i'm Leonardo Cortes, i'm here because i want use Raspberry pi for some projects like Voip.
I'm software developer in a company, i love programming in different languages like c++, c#, java, php, js, zend etc.......
I hope to find valid resources!
Good job to all.
Love Computer Science

jeffreyjames44
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Tue Sep 18, 2018 1:26 pm

Hello All,

I am working in the electronics engineering field at transientspecialists.com and truly enjoy your website. My curiosity with computer hardware began when I was young building my own desktop, and since has grown exponentially. Your website is extremely helpful and spend considerable amount of time on it. I also believe that your core goals of getting computers to the people of the world is amazing! Looking forward to continuing to read, and comment on these forms.

Regards,

Jeff

jinnicky
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Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:58 am

I'm Bob

I'm a retired programmer living in south Florida. I've been programming since computers had tubes. I've written portions of a BIOS, done performance analysis on new systems and written more application programs than I can remember.

I started using Caldera's OpenLinux and switched to SuSE which I used for many years. I'm now all Debian.

I use my computers to run my model trains and build structures for them, keep track of 10K books and work with my photographs.

I'm currently setting up a 3B+ to trouble shoot networks.

Eventually I'd like to set one up to run the trains.

ImSky
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Thu Sep 20, 2018 1:57 am

I'm Michael And I'm 13, and I have a Windows 10 PC.
I'm planning to make a lot of Raspberry Pi projects! 8-)

Thank you! :)

jessicaah
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Thu Sep 20, 2018 8:23 am

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callefr
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Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:12 pm

Hai,

I am a newbie, not much to say about myself actually, just that I have experience programming in visual basic, c sharp, fortan and a load of other languages but no hardware experience whatsoever.

iticus
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Fri Sep 21, 2018 10:58 am

Hello,

I'm from Romania; I'm a Linux user and Python developer.
I'm using a few Raspberry Pi devices for video surveillance, media center, small website hosting, some home automation (lights, sensor, sound).
I created a few RPi projects such as alfred and picamweb which can be found on my github page.
You can find more details about me on my personal page.
I'm interested in Linux, Python, Raspberry Pi, PostgreSQL, Tornado, GIS
Relevant projects:
- https://github.com/iticus/alfred
- https://github.com/iticus/picamweb

Bodestone
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Sat Sep 22, 2018 4:32 pm

I go by Bodestone on all of the forums I partake in.

From the UK and generally a Windows guy with specialisation in SQL Server but I like to dabble now and then.

Pretty much still a beginner with Linux and the Pis as my dabbling is too infrequent for things to bed in properly but some of the basics are starting to bed in.

Pi projects include
-Firewalled guest access point to my wifi on an original B (completely forgotten all the knowledge from that but my neighbour paid for that pi at £5 a month for wifi access)
-3 controller (Cheapo USB) RetroPi carry kit re-partitioning the Maplin starter box - original B
-Google Cardboard Home - Pi3
-Homebrewed battery powered alexa box with Pi zero

I did build a Picade with a 3b but don'tconsider that as a proper project as it was a bought kit without deviation so far.
Oh, Yeah, and a PiTop in case any of my neices and nephews showed an inkling I wanted to see what it was like.

mahnakkz
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Sun Sep 23, 2018 4:19 pm

Daniel Gessel wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 12:59 pm
Hi,

I just picked up a toy programming language project I had put down a while ago and am working to make it useful (or at least interesting) for Raspberry Pi enthusiasts of all ages.

Dan
This is his address

https://plus.google.com/100224361908202627891?hl=fa

ilovemyrpi
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Sun Sep 23, 2018 8:10 pm

Hi Everyone !

I'm from Italy and I'm playing with a Raspberry Pi 3 in order to learn more about linux systems

stephenuk
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Location: Manchester UK

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Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:30 pm

Hi I am Stephen. Im a dj music producer. Always had a love for technology. Just ordered my raspberry so I can have all my old retro classics in one place and to have a linux platform too. Grew up with all the retro stuff from c64, zxspectrum, amiga. cant wait to get it. Good to see a massive community too as if im stuck im sure im in safe hands.
Raspberry PI3b+

erik677
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Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:21 am

Hi all,
Ive been playing with computers since I managed to scrounge the money for a ZX81 over 35 years ago. Never done much programming really, just a very small bit of web scripting and some Flash action script a few years ago. Bought a Pi3 B+ a couple of weeks ago after seeing one my nephew had been working with for his college course and seem to be instantly hooked.
Since then it has been paired with a touchscreen and Ive tried running it as a retro gaming machine, a media server and now its back to being a plain old Pi. I've bought a couple of really basic electronics kits and 2 Python books so have been doing my best to start to make sense of what I can. So far I have made LEDs flash, buttons work and a buzzer sounds, And Ive done the usual Hello World, done a bit with variables and some really basic python. I'm loving it. The excitement when I managed to put the wires in a breadboard in the right place and get the GPIO pin numbers right was ridiculous really. Small flashing lights shouldn't make a grown man that happy lol.
Anyway 2 days ago I got my second Pi (a Pi Zero W) and have another 3B+ and another Zero on the way, I have potential projects for them all. I might not exactly be the target age group for Raspberry Pi but I wish I had looked into it all years ago.
I'll stop this ramble now anyway,

Erik.

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DarkPlatinum
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Fri Oct 05, 2018 3:13 pm

Hello everyone! I am Yusuf, I love taking things apart to see how the work as well as creating things :) . I am currently a student studying for iGCSEs. If you need any newbie help that's tech related, I might be able to help. Since I don't have an actual (actual) laptop I use a Raspberry Pi 3B+ as my desktop computer. I use a Raspberry Pi W as my website server, Raspberry Pi 2 as a security cam, and a RPi 3B as a media server from time to time. I thoroughly enjoy tinkering around with raspberry pi. Its cheap, fun and many things can be created from it :) .
1 * Raspberry Pi Zero W, 1 * Raspberry Pi 2, 1 * Raspberry Pi 3 1 * Raspberry Pi 3B + :mrgreen:

Check Out My Raspberry Site (Run on a Raspberry Pi Zero W :) ): Https://Html.dynu.net

Dylan Cooper
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Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:14 am

Hello Everyone
This is Dylan Cooper, newbie at this forum. i am a streaming lover, and will try my best to contribute as much as i can in this forum and at the same time will grasp the knowledge from this forum as well.

Cheers :|

josephs
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Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:43 pm

Hi everyone! I'm Joe and I'm a bit overweight... cause I'm really into pies :D Badum-ts

JaspervdAkker
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Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:02 am

Hi all,

My name is Jasper (36) and I am from the Netherlands. I work as a FPGA firmware engineer and for hobby I'd like to write some bare metal SW for any kind of application. For example a automatic Chicken coop door, and recently I bought a Raspberry pi to play with.

frenchdev
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Sat Oct 13, 2018 12:17 pm

Hello everyone!
I am Cyril (from France), and I am a developer. I recently bought a Raspberry pi ...

noograss
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Sun Oct 14, 2018 7:49 am

I'm Maxime,
I just bought a RasPi a few days ago and started messing around with it :) Feel great to connect those cables and stuff together héhé
I'm currenlty using the Noobs version

yurif74
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Sun Oct 14, 2018 9:07 am

Hello all
i'm Juri from italy. i have raspberry from long time mainly for use it with retropie, i decided to buy the last HW to make a web server..
I signed to this forum only now, guess why? :D

Uvishnu
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Mon Oct 15, 2018 8:15 am

Good Morning !

My name is Kenny, i spend my working life driving hi-lift hgv truckers catering airplanes and my free time raising a new born son and squeezing in some game-time on the laptop when i can !
I have built a campervan for us to use when we go out camping, and using it for festivals andf events accross the UK and Europe.

I am looking to build an arcade box in a flight case for use in our campervan that would run off the 12v 2.5a socket so i can keep the batteries charged using solar power or easily set it up at home using a plug in power supply, I have lots of questions as i'm completely new to this wonderful little world i have stumbled across so any help would be appreciated in pointing me in the right direction.

Elhazarmory
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Fri Oct 26, 2018 5:10 am

Hello everyone,

I am Jon, details of me in my sig. Anyway, I am a business owner as well as an irregular twitch streamer. I am in the process of building a home NAS and wiring the house with Cat 6A cable. I am looking into DIY security cameras and hopefully broadcasting cameras that do not cost $200 bucks for one. Please if you have any ideas or just want to chat hit up my inbox.
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Barberian
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Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:59 pm

It is unlikely more than a few will read this, but I'll write it anyway.

I began with Pong, C64, C128, Early Pentiums and have been at it ever since. I was into Dos, then Windows 3 on up. I've programmed in Basic (PC), the first few versions of Visual Basic. I've been interested in Linux based operating systems since Red Hat was new, even though I bought it I never got into it because of the learning curve and I had my Windows that could do what I wanted and needed. I've been interested in a Rpi since they first came out, but once again, never committed because of the learning curve and...

I am now looking harder at the Rpi and seriously looking to buy one even if it does become a bookend just so I can say I tried at least. I'm just trying to figure out what to use it for. My PC has LinuxMint on it (even though I'm clueless with it if it isn't GUI) along with Win 10. I have an Android tablet and phone. I have a Win 10 tablet/laptop with a phone processor (weak, but usable). I have an Echo Show and Dot. SO... Most of my bases are covered.

I am at the beginning of looking at a Rpi for a WiFi extender in my truck. I usually sit in the truck while my wife shops. I am at the edge of several hotspots around town. If I had a battery/cigarette lighter powered WiFi extender/booster/router, that would be nice.

I am also looking at making another Rpi project of making an Alexa enabled Rpi for the same truck. I've read it is doable, but I still need to research making a Rpi router that can support several connections so I could use it off of my extender/router above. This is a much lower priority because of available space in my small truck

This may be a fool's errand, but if I never try... I've played it safe most of my life and have many regrets because I never tried (I'm getting old now).

freddieodom
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Tue Oct 30, 2018 1:55 pm

Hi everyone!

I am Freddie Odom and I am a content writer. My blogs about all things big and small related to technology. My passionately curious about new developments in the various domains of technology and is quick to anticipate emerging trends. When I am not busy blogging, I enjoy discovering new music and playing online FPS games.

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