How the Raspberry Pi progressed in 2018

Top 10 Raspberry Pi stories of 2018

Block ads with pi-hole, build your own NAS, meet the B+ and A+, and more.

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2018 was a great year for Raspberry Pi . The community celebrated our sixth birthday by coordinating 150+ community-led Raspberry Jam events around the world (coming up again for our seventh birthday), and launched some new products, including the Pi 3 Model B+ and Model A+, as well as a TV HAT and PoE HAT.

Of course, the community has had the pleasure of reading some great articles about its favorite single board computer. Enjoy these top projects, stories, and more.

Top 10 Raspberry Pi stories of 2018

Block ads on your network with Raspberry Pi and pi-hole

Hate seeing ads while browsing the web? Check out this tutorial on setting up pi-hole.
storage facility

Follow these step-by-step instructions to build your own Raspberry Pi-based network attached storage system.
Meet the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

Brand-new Raspberry Pi adds speed, dual-band wireless, better thermal control, and more to the popular mini PC.
How to set up a print server on a Raspberry Pi

Network your printer with a Raspberry Pi and the CUPS print server.
Meet OpenAuto, an Android Auto emulator for Raspberry Pi

OpenAuto allows developers to test their apps on Raspberry Pi as well as other Linux and Windows PCs.
How to set up a Raspberry Pi for retro gaming

Are you nostalgic for the glory days of retro gaming? Learn how to run retro games on the Raspberry Pi.

If you're planning your next Pi project, these blogs might help.
Running DOS on the Raspberry Pi

Differing CPU architectures mean running DOS on Raspberry Pi isn't effortless, but it's not very complicated, either.
Tree clouds

Protect and secure your data with a self-hosted cloud powered by your Raspberry Pi.
Configure an amateur radio gateway with a Raspberry Pi

Help share local information by maintaining a piece of the internet-based backbone for packet radio.

About the author

Ben Nuttall - Ben Nuttall is the Raspberry Pi Community Manager. In addition to his work for the Raspberry Pi Foundation, he's into free software, maths, kayaking, GitHub, Adventure Time, and Futurama. Follow Ben on Twitter @ben_nuttall.