For nearly a year I have been the primary author and chief editor of an information sharing alias at Microsoft called 'Tip of the Day'. While I have allowed some public facing blogs to consume my tips, I haven't taken the extra step to create a dedicated blog...until now.The idea behind TotD harkens back to something I started when I was first hired at Microsoft. I told myself,
In this week's Top 5, we highlight Krusader Linux file manager, an intro to Kubernetes, an interview on the new browser Brave, a video on cluster computing with Ansible and Raspberry Pi, and projects to get you started with your Raspberry Pi. Plus, an honorable mention!
I am an unabashed synthesiser nerd. I grew up in the 1980s on a rich diet of Gary Numan, the Pet Shop Boys and Erasure, and had my own Roland Juno 60 (approximately fourth hand and very battered) in my bedroom. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how I learned about sine waves. Phil Atkin, who you’ve …
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