I have been thinking about computers and computing for some time.
I have worked on some fairly impressive computers over the years, but I never really got to use them much until I discovered the Raspberry Pi computer in 2013.
When I got the chance to buy it, I knew I wanted to make it my own.
I had never built a computer before, so I had no idea what to expect.
But the Raspberry pi is a small computer that runs open source software, and its creators have been incredibly welcoming and helpful, allowing me to build the computer that I want.
So, I started off by writing the software that runs the RaspberryPi.
I then started developing the hardware, and this led to the build that’s pictured above.
At first I built it for myself, but the team at Pi-Ace helped me out by allowing me use their servers to test the computer, as well as sharing the build with them.
I’ve always been a big fan of open source projects, and the Raspberry Pis are a perfect example of how a community of people can work together to make something great.
I’ve built a few other computers over time, including a computer I used to work on, and I plan to do something similar someday.
So what’s next?
I’d like to continue building my own Raspberry Pis.
The Raspberry Pi foundation is growing, and they’ve been hosting a workshop called Open Hardware for beginners.
I want to learn more about the RaspberryPI and help others learn about it.
The Raspberry Pi has a long and storied history in computing.
It was first introduced in 1982 by Steve Wozniak, and was first used in 1991 as the computer powering the original Apple Macintosh.
For the past 15 years, the Raspberry PI has been making headlines, and as the Raspberry project grows, so does its value.
I’m excited to see what Raspberry Pi users have to say about the hardware.