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News this week in the Pi World


First wanted to say thanks as always to the public that occasionally or not, has made this humble blog exceeds 800,000 visits. Thanks to you I'm still here. I'm not in the 95% of humanity that consumes content. I've dedicated some of my time to distribute or produce it. I will take a much needed vacation and will return soon. But first, I'm not going without throw you a few news directly to your occipital lobe. Come inside the post!

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Hotspot on DietPi


Something I've never tried is to create an Access Point (AP) to build in the Pi a small network. This network can be descentralized or not. If you have internet, it can be useful to filter content from/to a network through the internet, and if you don't have internet connection (you are far away from civilization), can share files, create a web server for testing,... Today we'll see this second case using hostapd with a wireless inexpensive adapter that maybe you have in your desk. I'll use as operating system DietPi although it may work with other Debian based distros.

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Open Source Robotic project (Spain course)


A great course in Seville (Spain) to learn the amazing world of Robotic science with ROS.

Link (spanish): roboticaeuropa.org

Softbank Group and the ARM cake of $32bn


Intel has missed the opportunity. With the arrival of Brexit, the transaction has saved Softbank a lot of money.

ARM is a company founded in Cambridge with 3k employees and one of the biggest companies in the UK. If you have a mobile, probably have a ARM processor.

Link: bbc.com

Link: wired.co.uk

News this week in the Pi World


it's so hot here!. I don't know if in your cities will be like here in Huelva (Spain): Minimum of 35 degrees, sun and heat scorches as you walk on the street. The only way to be fresh as a vegetable is reading the Pi World section with air conditioner at home...

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NodeCode on Raspberry Pi


No, I have not become paranoid playing Pokemon Go and I didn't take vacations. Development has taken the most part of my time and I want to leave everything ready before August. Today I took a spin around the Net and I have find the project NodeCode, a platform for "connecting things". They have focused on reducing the complexity of SBC connected together using a fairly easy to understand platform which is based on the union of nodes according to functionality.

Bridge Raspberry Pi Devices With IoT Platform NodeCode

This quick video shows how you can connect the pins on two different devices, in this case Raspberry Pis, to each other using connections made in software.

This is done with a Raspberry Pi Model B and a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B but these could be done with any other board.

Link: nodecode.io

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