Atelier and the social networks

This post is only a catch-up. In my opinion, I think that any project needs to have their social networks accounts and website so people can easily find information about it. To achieve that, the first thing that I put some work into, was on the website. Atelier isn't only for Linux users, so we... Continue Reading →

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How to play around with Python and Mock

Once upon a time, I started an internship program. On that program, I needed to program in Python and also write tests. Based on my short experience with Python, I already hated to write tests. I didn't have enough abstraction to learn to write useful tests. After a really long and painful process of learning, I... 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 →

Learning Python and Django – PT I

A month ago I subscribe to a course from a Brazilian friend, Henrique Bastos, an awesome guy that knows a lot about Python and Entrepreneurship. My goal with this course is to learn others programming languages, and in this case, Django is the Python framework for the Web, and I think that would be a... Continue Reading →

Building KDE Frameworks on MsWindows

In this two past weeks, I'm struggling to build KDE Frameworks in a Windows Machine... Why you could ask...  My Google Summer of Code project has this requirement. But that's is not the purpose here. If you will install KF5 on Windows you need to follow this tutorial. I will list you the problems that... Continue Reading →

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