Wendell from Level One Techs joins us to catch up on low-power hardware, his home automation setup, and thoughts on so much more.
Chris' Raspberry Pi server is dead, and Alex has a few ideas for his next build.
We've made some changes since the last episode, and share why we have doubled down on Self-Hosting as much as possible.
We learned some really hard lessons this week, and reflect. Then Chris finds the perfect temperature sensor, and Alex finds a beautiful media discovery app.
Our thoughts on the new Works with Home Assistant program, some changes to Alex's off-site backup server, and a million bits of great feedback.
We look back at our favorite moments from the last ten years of the Raspberry Pi, why you might want to start considering one, and where we want to see the platform evolve.
Troubleshooting goes very wrong for Alex, and he puts his backups to the ultimate test.
Alex is abroad and uses the opportunity to build out not one but two ultimate self-hosted off-site servers. We share the hardware, software, and networking details.
Tim Canham, Mars Helicopter Operations Lead at NASA’s JPL joins us again to share technical details you've never heard about the Ingenuity Linux Copter on Mars. And the challenges they had to work around to achieve their five successful flights.
We have a philosophical debate on cloud vs local and Alex experiences full-blown Americana this Halloween.
Home Assistant has changed our families' lives for the better. We share tips for getting started, implementing automation, devices we use, and our favorite integrations.