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What I do with 5 Raspberry Pi single board computers

Up until this year I’ve always avoided the itch to buy a Raspberry Pi or any of the other single board tinkerer/hobbyist computers on the market that are popular among nerds like myself. From what I saw, they were always more focused on tinkering with electronics and robotics and less of a usable PC replacement. In high school and college, I did a lot of tinkering with hardware and electronics, and…

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I write about a web development, leadership, management, humor, and LGBTQ+ issues. Find me at https://dreadfullyposh.com.

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