• Posts Tagged ‘Raspberry Pi’

    Porting WPF applications to Windows Universal Apps

    by  • May 20, 2015 • .Net, Programming • 1 Comment

    This article is part of a series of articles I have written covering WPF; improving its performance, its quirks and associated workarounds, as well as porting it to WUA Applications: Improving WPF Rendering Performance (Part 1) Improving WPF Rendering performance (Part 2) Improving WPF Rendering performance (Part 3) Troubleshooting Video Playback in WPF Writing...

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    Raspberry Pi OS Image Downloader

    by  • June 15, 2012 • .Net, Journal, Programming • 16 Comments

    When I first started out playing around with the Raspberry Pi I used the pre-made SD Card images available on the website, however I soon noticed these were out of date, and then found it a challenge to find up to date (usually nightly builds) of some of the Operating Systems. So I decided...

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    Setting up OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi

    by  • June 8, 2012 • Journal • 32 Comments

    It’s been a while but I have got OpenELEC happily working on my Raspberry Pi. I want to use this blog post to work through some of the issues I had and how I solved them. What is OpenELEC, well: “OpenELEC is a streamlined Linux distribution that includes only the essential software components and...

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    Raspberry Pi arrived!

    by  • May 29, 2012 • Journal • 0 Comments

    Well it has been a few months but finally there was a knock at my door and I was handed a rather small box. It may not be as tasty as a really Raspberry Pie but I was jumping around because I finally got my Raspberry Pi. Now there are absolutely gazillions of ideas...

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    Raspberry Pi, wherefore art thou

    by  • February 29, 2012 • Journal • 0 Comments

    So the day finally came. When finally the Raspberry Pi would be launched. I set my alarm at 5:55am (giving me enough time to launch a web browser and get ready) and I was greated like many others to: Farnell and RS components both were DDOS’ed from the sheer number of people trying to...

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