Top Posts & Pages
- Exchange Data and Objects between C++ and QML and vice versa
- Note to self: Getting vim-eastwood to work.
- Hotplug an External Screen to your Laptop on Linux
- Open Source Software Projects and Contributions Overview
- QZeeControl 2: Zeemote JS1 Bluetooth Protocol Implementation in Qt5
- Pebble Protocol Implementation in QML and SkippingStones UI for #SailfishOS
- New Panoramic Photos
- Poor Man's Data Munging in the Linux Shell
- Plasma Active for Nexus 7: Running the touch-optimized Plasma Active Linux Distribution on Nexus 7
- QML FlowListView
Category Archives: Misc.
tl;dr There are various ways for implementing objects or object-like constructs with Clojure. Besides differences with respect to implementation aspects, these ways also differ with respect to their performance. In this post, I write about the results of some simple … Continue reading
This is just a brief note to self about getting information about the camera in SailfishOS with v4l-utils. This post primarily consists of a list of some commands that showed me some, hopefully useful, information and the corresponding output. Maybe … Continue reading
This is primarily a brief note to self but maybe someone else may find this useful as well. I learned about eastwood and vim-eastwood some time ago and initially struggled a bit with getting it to work properly. I installed … Continue reading
Some time ago, I stumbled across vimoutliner for organizing lists of to-dos. I am pretty happy with vimoutliner as it boils down to a very simple way for organizing to-do items. To-do items are stored in a plain text file … Continue reading
Tesis Doctoral: Event-driven Principles and Complex Event Processing for Self-adaptive Network Analysis and Surveillance Systems
This is just a brief post to announce the publication of my tesis doctoral (doctoral thesis/PhD thesis/dissertation) entitled “Event-driven Principles and Complex Event Processing for Self-adaptive Network Analysis and Surveillance Systems“. The thesis is available via rodin.uca.es as open access … Continue reading
In this post, I upload some panoramic photos I took in May during a trip to “Beautiful British Columbia”, Canada, which, I think, truly deserves this byname. Even though I just visited a very small part of British Columbia, I … Continue reading
Below are two new panoramic photos. The first one was taken some time ago in Palmengarten Frankfurt. The second shows clouds in the view from Bad Vilbel Heilsberg in the directions Frankfurt and Taunus.