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08/04/2016 - Category: Raspberry PI
As I said this week, I removed all advertising in my blog one month ago. I don't know if you notice it when load this humble micro-blog. I'm thinking to migrate the blog to Wordpress "just for fun" but there is a problem: I hate Wordpress. Anyway, here I leave you with some links that have been collecting while I'm doing a course about Go, a programming language that promises to become my favorite.
06/04/2016 - Category: Raspberry PI
While waiting for the promises of a decent browser for Pi (No, not worth Epipphany). I'll install in my Pi2 the Chromium browser to watch videos on Youtube and other channels...
04/04/2016 - Category: Raspberry PI
I do not want it to become a habit move the section from Friday to Monday. It happens that on Friday I'm accumulating work, but I'll try to get everything back to normal. However, will discuss the most interesting I've seen these days in the Pi world...Go!
29/03/2016 - Category: Apple
If you have two operating systems installed on your OSX is quite annoying that you automatically mount those two partitions. Running this simple line you will prevent mount the partition that you do not use.
29/03/2016 - Category: Developer,Apple
There is a recent Git security update that you MUST to install. In the case of OSX, I realized I was using a fairly primitive version, so I will use brew to install this new version and get rid of the old.
29/03/2016 - Category: General
The book starts with a short introduction to the computational power of the required computers, and will take you through the hardware and key features of the BeagleBone Black ARM system. You will then be introduced to the ports and control buttons of the board. The real-life examples in the book will show you how to configure and compile the software packets, and you will be shown how to write your own cluster software and utilize important mathematical libraries. The book concludes with programming and simulation examples using sophisticated physics simulation libraries as typical applications. This book will be a very helpful guide to get started in the world of super computing.