Valentine’s Day has just passed and I still have some Raspberry Pi left, so I thought I try something out.
A few years ago I have shown how to run Scala on a Raspberry Pi. That was on a Raspberry Pi 1 Model B, the oldest of the revisions, with a single-core CPU.
My newest Raspberry Pi 3 got a shiny new FLIRC case and therefore is now allowed to leave the home office and start a new career as a guest internet statio...
In the first three parts of this series we have looked into
This is a followup on my recent blog posts about monitoring my fleet of Raspberry Pi’s with statsd and a very simple monitoring script on the Raspberry. Pl...
I like to toy with my Raspberry - as evidenced by other posts on this blog.
In my last post I have shared some results from Benchmarking RabbitMQ on Raspberry Pi.
A while ago I have written about how to set up rabbitmq on a Raspberry. Now I was interested to get some performance data about this setup. There is a great...
There three ways to get mono running on the Raspberry - just pulling the raspbian repository package (easy, but you get an older version), pulling it from a...
Playing around with RabbitMQ lately, I was interested how it would perform on a very small box, a Raspberry Pi.
This post is about running Akka on the Raspberry Pi, but because this is so simple to do I will also talk about a simpler development and deployment process.
Following on from my earlier post I wanted to get the the full Typesafe Stack on my little Raspberry Pi.
This is a little experience report how to bring up Scala on my RaspberryPi