The Coderland booth at the recent Red Hat Summit was all about serverless computing as implemented in the Compile Driver. If you haven’t gone through that example (you really should), that code creates a souvenir photo by superimposing the Coderland logo, a date stamp, and a message on top of an image from a webcam. We thought it would be fun to build a Raspberry Pi version for the booth so we could offer attendees a free souvenir. Here’s a look at the finished product:
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Are you attending RHTE (Red Hat Tech Exchange) APAC, interested in IoT and like to tinker with real hardware? Come join us for an evening of fun at CodeStarter IoT hackathon on Thursday, Sep 7th.
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Red Hat Summit is just around the corner in Boston and we are preparing just a few of the many Red Hat authors for their book signings. We’ve given them 6 steps to signing books:
- Step 1: Get books ordered.
- Step 2: Get to Boston.
- Step 3: Bring a marker.
- Step 4: Bring a spare marker.
- Step 5: Show up at the right time.
- Step 6: Enjoy sharing your work with attendees!
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The Raspberry Pi Model B was released in 2012 and, since then, a number of useful applications regarding this device have ensued. However, one particular application that is seldom overlooked when dealing with the Raspberry Pi is its ability to be used as a Stratum 1 NTP server and allow you to synchronize clocks across networks like the Internet. For me, this useful trick has actually made my entire office far more efficient.
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