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Raspberry Pi Home Server

by Mel Grubb

Turn a Raspberry Pi computer into a fully-featured home server. Run your home for a penny a day.

What you'll learn

In this course, you'll learn how to turn a Raspberry Pi computer into a complete home server, capable of sharing files and media, backing up your other computers, and providing secure access to your home network when you're away. All of this is possible with a $35, single-board computer, a USB hard drive, free software packages, and a free afternoon.

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About the author

Mel Grubb has been a professional software developer since 1995, working with .Net since version 1.0. Before that, he was a hobbyist since receiving his first computer, a TI-99/4a in 1982, and heavily modifying it over the course of several years. He's a software developer in central Ohio, concentrating on C# and ASP.Net MVC solutions with a focus on simplicity, testability, and overall coding craftsmanship.

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