Monthly Archives: March 2010

Thanks for listening – 5000+ downloads

Hello everyone, I just checked the podcast’s statistics and noticed we passed the 5000 downloads mark this week. At the rate the podcast is now being downloaded, we’ll have doubled that in another few weeks: each episode got downloaded, on … Continue reading

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Git server is back

A bit quicker than expected – but that’s always a good thing. We’re tesing a new host OS: the Git server – just like most other servers we run – is a VM running a Linux flavor running on a … Continue reading

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Git server down for maintenance

Vlinder’s Git server, where FLOSS projects including the SDK and the project for C++ for the self-taught are hosted, is going down for maintenance as of now, four an hour or so. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Preprequisites for the project

In this installment, we’ll get you set up to compile everything that needs compiling in our project. We’ll try to keep it short and sweet and you’ll be able to download most of what you need just by following the … Continue reading

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Use-Cases Part 3: What A Use-Case Really Is & Writing Use-Cases

Before we start using use-cases in the description of the functional requirements we want to meet in our project, we need to understand what a use-case really is and how to go about writing one. In this installment I will … Continue reading

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