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Moving over to Raspberry Pi 3B+
I've been sticking with my 3B for a while just to make sure all is compatible and well, but its time now to start using the 3B+.
There's no extra graphic power in this yet, (there maybe a slight upgrade soon), but mainly its the faster CPU and networking that I'm going to enjoy.

There are one or 2 minor issues, all my previous Pi's are mixed SD's using Jessie and Stretch, in other words they were Jessie versions which upgraded but never lost the Jessie files. So my older projects still worked fine on them with the old simpler lib files.
But the 3B+ has to use the new  Stretch Raspbian and has to use the new Stretch some things don't behave quite the same.

It's the small things, like I have to use my keyboard differently (its always the damn keyboard)

Anyway if anything comes up I'll let y'all know.
Brian Beuken
Lecturer in Game Programming at Breda University of Applied Sciences.
Author of The Fundamentals of C/C++ Game Programming: Using Target-based Development on SBC's 


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