Home media centers, car systems, portable PC’s, VPN’s and even Raspberry Pi arcade cabinets. These are just some of the interesting projects you can create with the credit-card-sized mini computer, Raspberry Pi. In all of these, my favorite Raspberry Pi project is creating a handheld gaming console. If you want to play emulator games or classic Gameboy games anywhere, you can create a Raspberry Pi gameboy.
Android Studio is an integrated development environment for Android platform that announced on 2013 at the Google I/O. If you want to create mobile apps for Android platform, you can use Android studio because it is up to date, easy to learn, fast, stable and it has a better UI than Eclipse. There many paid courses and tutorials to learn the Android studio but there are also free and detailed tutorials too.
Computer networking is an integral part of our lives now, because the Internet is a huge computer network and we all use it. We connect people from around the world, share files, run businesses and do more using networks. That’s why nearly every workplace needs a few computer networking experts. If you want to be one of them, first you need to learn the basics of computer networking.
If you want to be good at product photography, you need good lighting. A light box is a great solution to light a piece properly to show its true color. You can use light boxes for taking amazing photos of products, foods, crafts and more. However, a light box can be a expensive product to buy. If you don’t want to spend $100 on some fabric and 2-3 lights, you can create a DIY light box in your home with a small budget.
Raspberry Pi is a great choice for all sorts of your creative projects like home automation, robotics, cameras, supercomputers, weather stations, magic mirrors and even mobile phones. But this mini-monster is also great for playing retro games and having lots of fun. You can easily turn a Raspberry Pi into a emulation station by using RetroPie. Just install the RetroPie, plug it to a screen, install classic games and have fun.
Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented and reflective programming language. There are so many free and paid tutorials on the internet for learning Ruby. I researched all of those tutorials and collected the best free Ruby tutorials for beginners. You can start with these courses and after that you can go for advanced Ruby classes. Here are the 7 best free Ruby tutorials for beginners.