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Now using the 3B+ as main machine
I've avoided doing a full switch to the 3B+ for a while now, not because it worried me at all, but the MagPi articles and occasional mails I get from book readers tend to be more related to Raspberry 3B with Jessie. My old 3B allowed me to keep a hybrid updated Jessie/with stretch libs on board so I could test code. The 3B is pure Stretch. 
But I've now updated fully to the 3B+ and enjoying the little extra kick of speed both on builds and execution as well as debug with the faster ethernet.

I don't really anticipate any issues with this transition, the system is pretty much identical, mostly I'll have problems with tools or templates I had stored on the old machine and now have to replicate on the new. If I get people having issues with older code I can still hook up the 3B

onward and upward.
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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