Category Archives: Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi with Ansible and Jupyter Notebooks Project

July 24, 2019 Took some time this morning to update my Raspberry Pi Model 3B computer to work with my other Pi models and some of my other network computers to work with Ansible DevOps software available from Github. “Ansible … Continue reading

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Don’s Raspberry Pi Desktop Images

I use Raspberry Pi computers in my home office for various projects. A few projects involve: Ansible; Mathematica; Python programs; and Bash scripts. I installed RealVNC Connect and RealVNC Viewer on my Raspberry Pi and iMac systems. That software allows … Continue reading

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San Diego CyberTECH September 2016 Security Table Breakfast – Securing Drone and Unmanned Vehicle Spaces Report

Part of the iHive Incubator Posts Category. This morning I attended the Security Table Breakfast – Securing Drone and Unmanned Vehicle Spaces Meetup where about 40 or so people attended. Good food and drinks were provided to all. This event was held … Continue reading

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CSUSM Foreign Student IoT and CyberSecurity Presentation June 30, 2015

Part of the iHive Incubator Posts Category. On June 30, 2015, I gave a one-hour Internet of Things (IoT) and CyberSecurity presentation to a group of about 40 foreign French and Indian students at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM). It was … Continue reading

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Primer: Basic Working with Ansible

At a Carlsbad Full Stack Meetup in 2013 I found out about Ansible, a DevOps software method. I initially reviewed information about it but quickly discovered it had some bugs that made it difficult to learn at the time. In early … Continue reading

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Mentoring And Mashups for IoT

Part of the iHive Incubator Posts Category. This is my sixth article in three months for iHive/CyberTech/CyberHive. Darin Andersen, Founder and Chairman, gave me an opportunity to spread my “syndicated wings” for his organizations. I’ve enjoyed finding topics to write about here … Continue reading

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External Test and Validation of the Newbound Network Connectivity and Usage

I successfully performed an external test of the secure, private, peer-to-peer, encrypted Newbound Network today. No cloud in the middle to track my usage. In my office I had three separate devices running the Newbound Network (listed below): Raspberry Pi … Continue reading

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San Diego Futures Foundation Presentation February 25, 2014

On Tuesday February 25, 2014, I spoke to a student class ages 18-21 at the San Diego Futures Foundation. Earlier in the month I was invited to speak and I accepted as an example of the Pay It Forward philosophy. I … Continue reading

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Don’s iBeacon iPhone 5s App

This is a screenshot from my iPhone 5s running my new iBeacon iOS app I just completed writing. We’ll use this internally at Newbound, Inc., for now for work with iBeacon technology. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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iBeacon Software Development with Raspberry Pi Computer

I recently added a Bluetooth 4.0 USB Dongle to my Raspberry Pi (Rpi) computer so I could develop some iBeacon software for my iPhone 5S. The photo below shows the HiBeacon app locating the iBeacon UUID signal running on the … Continue reading

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