I am now in Minneapolis. I spent a month volunteering in Pine Ridge, South Dakota the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Native American Reservation. It is the poorest place in America, and second only to Haiti in poverty and unemployment. There, I learned about green development and came up with an idea. Map a path to getting a job at major American technology company by developing code in the cloud on a solar powered, off the grid Raspberry Pi 3 ($35). In Minneapolis, I have connected with different sustainability community agencies. I am going to blog profusely on the project, and make an artistic statement with the idea that it is possible to get a high paying job on cheap hardware that is designed to model Project Daedalus hardware. I was thinking of partnering with the nonprofit called Launch Code that is fairly close to me, in St. Louis. Launch Code is featured in major media outlets as a way for ordinary plebeians with dedication to enter the field of technology.