Welcome to the forum


#21

Thanks for this forum, it might help me asking so many questions about raspberry pi and stuff… Tq


#22

Thanks, Greets from Maidstone, U.K.


#23

Hi there and greetings from Germany.


#24

@novaspirit Looking forward to great videos and lots of info and discussions here too.


#25

Howdy all from sunny Spain! :slight_smile:


#26

Greetings from Italy!


#27

Hello Everyone. Greetings from Colombia.


#28

Yay! Happy to be part of this community. Thank you Don for your great job at NovaSpirit :blush:


#29

Great idea Don. Looking forward to this!


#30

Hi everyone. Ready to have fun with Pi. I have 5 Pi s and some need to find projects for several. Is the Pi 3B+ worth it? I already own two 3s. :slight_smile:


#31

Hi everyone. More greetings from germany.


#32

Thanks for setting this up. I have enjoyed your videos. Thanks for doing them.


#33

I’m really impressed with responsiveness and UI of the website so far. Looking forward to future projects and the growing community :grin:


#34

thanks!! this helps everyone search for answers much easier


#35

Good to be here :wink:
I hope you will have great community


#36

Hi greetings from Singapore.
Just beginning to learn and try out on SBC. Hope to learn and seek advice in future.


#37

Hello everyone. I have a question, do you all think it’s possible for someone with a moderate learning disability to learn how to operate kali and learn some programming?
I have a bad learning disability. Everthing I’ve learned, I’ve done on my own. I get frustrated often but keep coming back.
In school i was in sld and 2 grades behind but in science i was a grade ahead basically because it interested me.
The same as tech has grabbed my attention. If i ever hope to make something of my life befor i die, i need to excel in something but im finding it hard to grasp some of the most basic concepts and im wandering if im wasting my time and money i don’t have.
What’s your thoughts on this?


#38

I’m thinking, learn. :smiley:


#39

i have a friend who is a pen tester both legally blind and legally deaf. so if he can use kali with skill… i believe in you


#40

That is quite amazing.
That’s one thing i love most about tech, anything is possible.
When i was a kid i wanted to be a magician, then i grew up and decided hacking is close enough haha.