Today I’m going to show you how to install a wireless networking card on your Raspberry Pi. I’m using the ultra cheap Ralink wireless card, but the instructions are similar for any Wireless Device.
This old saying in Programming holds true, and I’m still amazed at the amount of folks out there who still don’t get it. The matrix is quite simple yet so many folks want it all. Programmers want to build beautiful awesome software built at their own pace, and get lots of money for it. Managers want beautiful awesome software immediately at the lowest price possible. I think there is a way both parties can be satisfied.
I took a picture of my Pi circuitboard for some cover photos, and decided to give them out for others to use. Feel free to download and use these, they are free of branding or watermarking and public domain for personal or commercial uses. Keep checking back as I will likely add more.
You reach a certain point as a developer when a plain old web hosting account just isn’t enough. Whether you build a project that gets wildly popular or you just start finding custom stuff to do eventually want to run your own Web Server. Today I’m going to show you how to set up a screaming fast LEMP server you can use to host your projects or websites.
The quickest way to disappoint everyone is by trying to please everyone and software is no different. Sometimes trying to make a “one size fits all” solution can get you into trouble.
Today at the Google I/O conference they announced a bunch of new things, but one that caught my eye was Android Studio, a new development tool for Android Devices. I decided I had to download it and check it out.
The ASP.Net MVC 4 framework was introduced in August of last year and it boasts tons of improvements over MVC 3. If you’re considering building a large application in .Net, you should consider MVC 4 for your project. Today we’re going to take a look at it and build a quick website in MVC 4.