In this case I'm talking about the development environment. There are a lot of different ways that you can make .NET core stuff run on a Raspberry Pi. This part of the series shows how I set up an environment that works the way I like it.

Part 2 in the energy monitoring series - A first look at the program that is the base of the energy consumption meter monitor: the worker service.

First part in a series on monitoring my home's energy consumption and solar energy production.

Each Azure subscription has a bunch of limits and quotas. Most of these are 'soft' limits, meaning that they can be raised on your request. But do you need keep an eye on those limits yourself?