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Webinar Raspberry Pi for Devops

Keep Coding

The day has come!. I am pleased to announce that I will develop together with the training course platform Keep Coding, a webinar about Raspberry Pi for spanish speakers.

This webinar will be online and free for everyone through the Keep Coding platform and will be aimed at system administrators and developers in general. What we usually call devops. It will be something basic, although I've spent a lot of hours to get it right and we all learn to take advantage of that Raspberry Pi you have in a forgotten drawer. I will be accompanied by Fernando Rodriguez (@frr149, co-founder of the platform and instructor.

Don't you have a Raspberry Pi? I can't believe it! But if that's your case, thanks to our sponsor and friend raspipc.es we'll raffle a Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit among all attendees via Twitter. To stay informed, you can follow my account at @ulysess10 or @KeepCoding_en.

It will be the next September 20th at 21:30, Madrid time.

I leave you a calculator in case you are outside of Spain and want to know what time the event will be broadcast within your time zone:

Keep Coding and me have worked hard to bring you this event. I hope you enjoy it and above all, let's have a good time together. You can't miss it!

I leave you with the link to the webinar where you can register. Arrived the day we will keep you informed of how to access the event.

Link: Keep Coding > Webinar Raspberry Pi para Devops

Change the MAC address on Raspberry Pi


As you know, the MAC (Media Access Control) address is the unique identifier of a network interface.

On any personal computer running Linux, it can be temporarily altered with the following commands:

# ifconfig eth0 down
# ifconfig eth0 hw ether 02:01:02:03:04:08
# ifconfig eth0 up
Change MAC address with the ifconfig command

I've read at O'Brien's blog a way to change it semi-permanently on your Raspberry Pi. Simply add the following line to the /boot/cmdline.txt file at the end:


Where we 'll replace xx: xx: xx: xx: xx: xx: xx with the new address MAC that we want.

Link: obrienlabs.net > Raspberry Pi – How to spoof MAC address

News this week in the Pi World


Hello everyone!.

You know what?. I've been keeping a little secret since before the summer. It is a pending task that I had, I am very excited to do and I hope you like it. On Monday we'll unveil it, so while you wait for spectators in front of the screens of your devices, I'm going to summarize the best of this crazy Pi world in the next post.

I apologize to my English readers for the fact that I have never fully translated this section and I do comments on each post in the Spanish version. It's due lack of time, but I'll try to work it out in future posts starting with this one.

Let's go!

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News this week in the Pi World


Tiring week and it's not over yet. The funny thing is that I'm sleeping well and it makes me concentrate more when I work. It's weird in me, I don't usually sleep for more than five hours.

I'm going to take this Friday morning to review the fascinating Pi World. Will you come with me?.... Well, you're missing it.

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Good practice guidelines for name elements in a database


A friend told me about good practice guidelines for name a database. This is like everything in the life, it takes experience, but the basics I usually follow would be summarized as:

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News this week in the Pi World


Imagen de Chason Pompey

One of those tough weeks in which I didn't have the time until now to give an overview of the development/the size of a credit card/IoT boards. What do you call it? I read your answer in the comments while I enjoy the rest of August collecting links from the Pi World...

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