#RaspberryPi – Install Virtual Environments

Hi! Virtual Environments are a great way to isolate our dev tests, and after been using this in Windows also, work with them in the Raspberry Pi makes a lot of sense. I'll leave here the necessary steps to do this, however the full credit is based on some posts from Adrian Rosebrock and his … Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Install Virtual Environments

#RaspberryPi – How to install #DotNetCore in a #RaspberryPi4 and test with #HelloWorld (of course!)

Hi! During the next couple of months, I’ll be sharing some amazing experiences around AI. Some of these experiences includes IoT devices like a Raspberry Pi, and of course some Machine Learning.Net (ML.Net). Because ML.Net is built with .Net Core, it makes sense to share the 5 simple steps you need to do to install … Continue reading #RaspberryPi – How to install #DotNetCore in a #RaspberryPi4 and test with #HelloWorld (of course!)

#RaspberryPi – How To enable auto start with #HDMI safe mode

Hi! A couple of days ago I wrote (a personal reminder post) about how to add automatic connect to Wi-Fi and SSH enabled in a bootable Raspbian image in a SD card (see references). I also explained that this was required for me because, by default Raspberry Pi 4 video ports were not starting with … Continue reading #RaspberryPi – How To enable auto start with #HDMI safe mode

#RPi – Some #RaspberryPi screen options and how to quickly find your device IP with #RaspberryPi Finder from @Adafruit

Hi ! Today's post is about my experience doing presentations and demos with a Raspberry Pi. Doing demos with a Raspberry Pi is amazing. I really enjoy share some of the amazing stuff we can do with the device, and usually there is one or two people in the audience who can share other even … Continue reading #RPi – Some #RaspberryPi screen options and how to quickly find your device IP with #RaspberryPi Finder from @Adafruit