I suppose the genesis of this book was from long-term interest in connecting computers to the Internet. Back in the early 1990s, I experimented with a variety of single-board computers that would connect, in a fashion, to the Internet and serve up relatively simple web pages. They didn’t have the sophistication or capabilities of today’s single-board systems exemplified by the Raspberry Pi or the BeagleBone Black boards. But they worked and provided useful platforms to experiment using simple computing devices in lieu of full-scale PC-based servers or desktop clients. Roll forward almost twenty years and there are now quite a few ...

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