Summer of Code: I passed!

Well, in this past week, the edition of Google Summer of Code 2016 ended. Even knowing that my mentor would pass me in the Final Evaluation, I was anxious to see the green light on my dashboard saying that I passed. My project was work on Umbrello, the UML Editor of KDE. In my last [...]

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Isn’t the end, it’s just the beginning – Google Summer of Code 2016

Well, in October of 2015, I meet KDE in Latinoware. Latinoware is one of the big events about free software in latin america. Since them I had the opportunity to join KDE, to meet the Brazilian and international community and this crazy guy called Tomaz Canabrava. Tomaz hassled me into submitting a project to Google [...]

Programming is like a puzzle. Sometimes you need to break the puzzle to solve it – GSoC

A few years ago my mom got for me a Magic Cube(or Rubic Cube). After days trying to solve it, I gave up and leave the cube in somewhere in my house. Months later, my mom  disassembled the cube and mount again with the right colors. I started to programming back in 2010, learned some [...]

The end of Randa Meetings 2016

Ok... Unfortunately, the edition of Randa Meetings 2016 ended yesterday. ='( This week run out fast, but I enjoyed every minute. First, I want to thank Tomaz Canabrava, that brings me to KDE Community and gives me the opportunity to make this changes in my life, to get me rid out my comfort zone and show [...]

Randa Meetings – Day 4 and 5

Well... In this past two days, I did a lot of work... Yesterday I work on Umbrello, fixing the DataTypeWidgets class that was responsible for using the new Cpp keywords/modifiers(* and & )/qualifiers(const, mutable, volatile...) that I added in Umbrello. That was the major task of the day, but in the end, I started to [...]