I’m donating 100 Raspberry Pi’s to public schools through my charitable foundation, the Rural Technology Fund. Better yet, I’ve setup a portal that allows you to donate Raspberry Pi devices to a school of your choice. While the RTF typically focuses on schools in rural areas, this initiative is not limited to those schools, and you can donate to any school of your choosing. If you want to learn about the Raspberry Pi device, why we need to get them into public schools, and how you can help, check out the project page here: http://ruraltechfund.org/raspberrypi/.
Category Archives: Charity
I’m thrilled to announce my newest project, Applied Network Security Monitoring, the book, along with my co-authors Liam Randall and Jason Smith.
Better yet, I’m excited to say that 100% of the royalties from this book will be going to support some great charities, including the Rural Technology Fund, Hackers for Charity, Hope for the Warriors, and Lighthouse Youth Services.
You can read more about the book, including a full table of contents at its companion site, here: http://www.appliednsm.com/.