Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Working remotely - Your thoughts please

I have tried to find an online mentor (for free of course, as I'm unemployed for more than a year now), that would be more than willing to have a long and exhausting discussion with me about various programming languages and concepts, all the "do"s and "don't"s about those specific concepts and guide me towards the right path for working eventually remotely, either from home or from anywhere the world as long as I have a wireless connection to use a laptop.

You will say "hey, nothing is free you know" and I agree with you; but look around you and see how many open source projects exist. If I get trained properly or validate my existing knowledge by an experienced, professional senior developer I'm pretty sure I will create a few useful projects, let alone services, plus I will be able to participate to existing projects that need an extra pair of eyes and hands.

So, without extra fuss, anyone can suggest anything?

Cheers.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Introducing mproj


What is mproj?

mproj is a rather small bash script that generates C or C++ project templates depending on your needs.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Introducing lighttpd-microconfiguration



What is lighttpd-microconfiguration exactly?


This project lets you automate painful procedures with either a single command line that runs everything for you or with a combination of command options.

Monday, December 28, 2015

My thoughts about moving from Python 2.7 to Python 3.x


There's a serious problem with Python right now and I'm afraid not so many things are about to change, at least for the next 5 coming years, no matter how hard we try.

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

A simple C++ Deque example



Being a polymath and a programming polyglot person can be really exhausting, let alone intimidating at some point.

Therefore I have decided to write a few things down that would be used as a backup and as a reminder to this rusty brain.

GNU Makefile sample version 2.0


Hello everyone,

After a bit of experimentation, I have created the ideal Makefile that works flawlessly for me and my needs.

For now I will write it down and I will explain it to you bit by bit later on.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

An ideal GNU Makefile for C and C++ newbies


It's been a year or so I wanted to start using GNU Makefile in place of an IDE and this week I did a bit of a research and found the ideal Makefile that both newbies and mediocre programmers will find it handy.