So, you've just unwrapped your shiny, new Raspberry Pi and set it up. Now it's running your operating system of choice and you're wondering "what's next?" Well you've definitely come to the right place.
The Raspberry Pi Superuser is a set of tutorials that give simple instructions on how to complete specific tasks with your new gadget. Each one is self-contained and consists of simple, concise instructions. Click the link above to get started.
Most Windows users know about RDP to some extent, and most Linux power users have used X11 forwarding at one time or another. But did you know that it's possible to bring the two together and use X forwarding under Windows? The process is rather simple, but not intuitive. This tutorial gives you a step-by-step guide to setting up X forwarding, and doesn't require VNC to be available.
A text-based RPG I'm working on that centers around hacking. You play as a network consultant working for the Andromeda Foundation in 1984. The Foundation is a mysterious organization that specializes in developing technology for the distant future.
A new interpreted programming language that I'm working on. Its premise is the abstraction of performing I/O with complex devices to working with simple data streams. More information coming soon.
Sample code: Basic QOTD server in ursa
Calculating the values of irrational square roots is a classic test of raw computing power. After a few upgrades, cyg/x is going for some new records, and determining digits the values of which no one has ever seen.
Waterfront BASIC is a simple, unstructured BASIC interpreter written in Java. It's currently under development, and I'll be posting more information here when it's done.