It has recently been announced that the new Raspberry Pi 2 is on sale since today at the price of $35.
The pocket computer comes with a 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU and 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM. It is also fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 1. But the news don’t end here. There will be a Windows 10 version tailored for Raspberry Pi 2 and it will be free to use for developers thanks to the Windows Developer Program for the Internet of Things.
You can find more info about specs and suppliers here.
Today I have two good news to announce. The first one is that this website is finally open. The site has been on-line for almost two months but I was performing some creation work. Now I remove the “Site under maintenance message” and publish this first post. There may still be some minor changes, but they shouldn’t affect to the functionality.
This site is created with the idea of publishing stuff related to my career (Click here to see my bio) so you’ll find articles and publications in the “static” part of the web page, but you will also find engineering-related posts in this blog. The topics will be very diverse and they will range from coding tips to technology news or mathematical paradoxes (just to list some).
The second good new is that some months ago I presented an abstract to the CMN2015 (Congress on Numerical Methods of the Engineering) and yesterday I received an e-mail informing me that the abstract had been accepted! I am very excited about this since it’s my first congress up to now.