Four Habit-Forming Tips to Faster C

Here’s four habit-forming tips that are all about avoiding pessimisation and, in my experience, go a long way to creating faster C classes.

Scritto da , il 23-07-2016
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KDAB contributions to Qt 5.7

In this blog post I will show some of the outstanding contributions by KDAB engineers to the 5.7 release.

Scritto da , il 23-07-2016
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Open Source History Lessons: 5 FOSS Projects That Didn't Pan Out

There's no denying the success of free and open source software projects like Linux, Apache and (probably) OpenStack. But what about the FOSS projects and companies that have enjoyed less success? Here's a look at some free and open source software projects or businesses that had good ideas, yet never delivered on them (at least not fully).

Scritto da , il 20-07-2016
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Lepton Image Compression Achieves 22% Lossless Compression of JPEG Images

Dropbox stores billions of images on their servers, most of them JPEGs, so if they can reduce the size of pictures it can have a big impact on their storage requirements, so the company developed Lepton image compression, which – on average – achieved 22% lossless compression on the images stored in their cloud.

Scritto da , il 15-07-2016
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Secure GitLab Pages with StartSSL

With GitLab Pages you can host your static website under your custom domain. With a StartSSL digital certificate you can secure it. And that's all for free! In this post, first we'll give you a quick overview on SSL/TLS certificates and StartCom CA, then we will show you a comparison between StartSSL Class 1 and Let's Encrypt to facilitate your decision to choose one over another. Finally, we will guide you through the process of securing your GitLab Pages site with StartSSL Class 1 free certificates.

Scritto da , il 13-07-2016
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An Introduction to Python

n this, the final installment of the blog series on Python, we'll look at modules and how object-oriented programming is supported. We'll take a brief look at two of the popular bindings for Qt from Python: PyQt and PySide. I'll wrap things up with some tips for effective programming and references for learning more

Scritto da , il 12-07-2016
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SiFive Introduces Freedom U500 and E500 Open Source RISC-V SoCs

Open source used to be a software thing, with the hardware design being kept secret for fear of being copied, but companies such as Texas Instruments realized that from a silicon vendor perspective it would make perfect sense to release open source hardware designs with full schematics,

Scritto da , il 12-07-2016
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BPI-M64 Development Board is the first 64-bit Banana Pi Board

Sinovoip has gone on the Allwinner A64 and 64-bit ARM bandwagon, announcing a Pine A64 competitor, with Banana Pi BPI-M64 (or just Banana Pi M64) with 2GB RAM, 8GB eMMC flash, Gigabit Ethernet, and more.

Scritto da , il 12-07-2016
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What You Need to Know about the GNU LGPL

Qt 5.7 was released last week and as discussed in the release blog post, it is the first release that follows the new open source licensing scheme where we’ve unified the Qt for Application Development offering but also upgraded the LGPLv2.1 license to LGPLv3

Scritto da , il 23-06-2016
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An Introduction to Python Part 2

Continuing our three-part series on the Python programming language, in this post we'll look at more of the core language features.

Scritto da , il 23-06-2016
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