Raspberry Pi as a Node.js server

I finally got my hands on the Raspberry Pi a few days back. My upcoming plan is to use the Pi as a Node.js server. If you haven’t heard of the open, platform-friendly, inexpensive $35 Linux-powered computing platform known as Raspberry Pi by now, you better do so. Starting with the Auduino, this is surely the start of inexpensive open-source hardware computing. Think of your traditional PC motherboard with integrated graphics, network, sound, HDMI, and keyboard/mouse shrunken down to the size of a deck of playing cards, and you’ll get the idea of what the Raspberry Pi is all about. Driven by an ARM1176JZF 700MHz processor, the Raspberry Pi has 256 megabytes of on-board RAM and hardware-accelerated graphics.
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