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Using the Raspberry Pi as a Server for the Home Network – Part 2

One of the neat features of the Raspberry Pi is that the whole operating system and applications run out of a Micro SD card. This allows to quickly switch from one setup to another by simply swap the card.

However, this feature is also its greatest weakness when the RPi is used as an always […]

Using the Raspberry Pi as a Server for the Home Network – Part 1

I recently acquired a Raspberry PI 2B (the latest model) to play with it and see if there was any real use besides learning and experimenting. In fact, in the past, I read some good articles on possible applications on the LJ magazine, not to mention the various projects that one can find on the […]

DZgameEngine and Distribution Licenses

When I started the DZgameEngine project I wanted it to be open source, so that anybody could freely use it to experiment with game development and accelerate the learning stage for understanding the insides of a game engine, from drawing to the screen to generating sounds.

Soon I realized that I needed to provide some […]