Progressive Web App and Planet KDE

Hi! Today I'm here to share an experience and show you an Application that I did last weekend. On the last Saturday, I went to an event called Progressive Web Apps Roadshow made by Google. It's an event that is going around the world, where Googlers talk about Progressive Web Apps and why they are [...]

Crafting AtCore on Windows

After a lot of VM's and a lot of patience(or not), I was able to Craft AtCore on Windows. Craft is the evolution of Emerge, a tool that KDE developed to cross compile KDE applications to Windows and Mac. Since the goal of Atelier project is to reach all those environments, we need to use [...]

SETI – Week of Information Technology

Yay! My last event of 2016! I'm almost 600 kilometers of my town. On the Federal University of Lavras, Minas Gerais. I submitted a proposal to do a talk here. The organization accepted, and this afternoon I made a talk about Qt with the title: Qt - Your toolkit Python/C++ with the real write once, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]