Atelier/AtCore First Brainstorm

Hello All, I'm here today to invite you to participate in Atelier/AtCore first Brainstorm. But why are we going to do a brainstorm in the first place? Since July/2016 we've been working on AtCore, adding features and tools to help us on development. On 20th of January of 2018, we did our first tagging of... Continue Reading →

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About Campus Party + 20 years of OSI

Hello Guys, My life since 2018 started is going on like crazy. I'm trying to get my bachelor degree this year, a lot of events to attend, Atelier and AtCore needing love and a lot of work... And more than a month later I'm going to report what happened at the 11th edition of Campus... Continue Reading →

New Year, New Atelier

First of all: Happy New Year! Second, I think that I need to update you on Atelier and AtCore. There are about two months now that AtCore reached its beta stage and we release it with the test client.  On my Docker Hub account, the image of AtCore(Master and Beta) was pulled more than 30... Continue Reading →

Atelier/AtCore Updates =D

Well, it's time for some updates. =D As you know we are working on the development of a Printer Host inside KDE Community called Atelier. AtCore So far, so good. =D haha We are working on the final adjust and getting feedback of KDE-Core-Devel team to move our application from Playground to Extragear so we... Continue Reading →

Women Tech Makers with Qt

Hi! A few days ago we had the International Women's day. And that day would not pass in blank here in Rio de Janeiro, so the Google Development Group of Rio organized a Women Tech Makers Rio meetup. And on that meetup I made my second version of my presentation: Qt - Your Toolkit for C++... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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