In early 2012 I was one of the first people to receive a Raspberry Pi Computer. I couldn’t wait to rip open the box and plug it in…Being a Windows user I was a bit baffled at first. The Raspberry Pi website has tons of information for people starting out and I recommend you take the time to study the set-up guides and tutorials.
That in mind, I started getting inquisitive about the multitude of things that can be done with this little machine: Use it as a PC (albeit a little slower than your average laptop), a webserver, low level electronics via the GPIO IN/OUT, this doesn’t include some of the more wacky projects that people have been designing.
I am by no means a Raspberry Pi whizzkid, and I would not like people to think that I am. The information on this site is from my own experiences and with the help of others to overcome some of the hurdles I had when I first ventured into the massive world of the tiny computer that is the Raspberry Pi.