Raspberry PI

By The I.T. guy

Click para español - Raspberry Pi, la computadora más pequeña 

Raspberry PI is the smallest and most economic computer in the market. It was developed in the United Kingdom in February2015. The microchip computer was developed to promote the teaching of computing. 

The Raspberry PI, which can only be purchased online, has become the center of attention for developers and “Open Source programmers.” The tiny computer has been well adopted by gamers because it allows them to enjoy playing thousands of retro games from popular consoles and even classic arcade gaming. 

The Raspberry PI is also getting popularity for home automation such as security camera systems and robotics. Users are finding all sorts of ways to use this credit card-sized computer. 

This is one of the best-selling general-purpose computers. With a low price of $39.99, the Raspberry PI has sold over 19 million units in 3years. All the software that has been developed for this small form factor computer is available free and runs a version of Linux. Home media centers are another popular way customers are using this tiny, versatile computer at home.

 

RaspberryPi 3b+ Technical Specs

- 1.4 GH Z 64-bit Quad Cor e Processor

- 1Gigabyte Ram

- Dual Band 2.4 GHz and 5GH z IEEE802.11b/g/n/ac Wireless Lan

- 1Ethernet port-

- A micro SD card Class 10 will function as the hard disk

 

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Publisher's Note

Mixing Traditions

It is no cliché. New Orleans has a wonderful mix of traditions that add to the charm of this amazing city. With the holidays in full-swing, we can enjoy holiday-centered, free events like simple walks around traditional neighborhoods to see the elaborate Christmas decorations, Caroling in Jackson Square, attending the gospel and jazz concerts at St. Louis Cathedral and St. Augustine Church, watching the technological light display during Luna Fête, and visiting the beautifully decorated hotel lobbies in town, among others.

 There is one tradition in Louisiana that is so unique and that I hope to experience this year: The Bonfires on the Levee. Just thinking about seeing the pyres, the fireworks display and its reflection on the river during a cold night and having a warm drink while learning about this tradition from our River Parishes' neighbors sounds like an amazing way to soak in some of the culture around us.

Though the original purpose of the bonfires is unconfirmed, fitting the storyline of Papa Noel following the lights on a pirogue being pulled down river by alligators to deliver presents is such a tale. It involves a mix of many elements that are unique to the culture that has shaped the city of New Orleans.

I just love being able to experience different traditions and learning about the ways diverse groups of people who have made New Orleans their home, celebrate the holidays

Happy Holidays!