My adventures on Crafting PT II

5 days ago I did the part one of this adventure, that you can check here. Now it's time for part two. =D Well, I was able to Craft AtCore. And have it running on Windows. However, that raised a problem that I had when I crafted AtCore on the beginning of the year. It [...]


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 [...]

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 [...]

Cross-Compile: Configure QtCreator for Intel Edison

A few months ago a new friend gave to me an Intel Edison board to play =) When I got back home I mounted the board and start to configure. Download from Intel the environment necessary to programming using Node.Js and others frameworks. Since the Intel XDK environment is too heavy, and I like to [...]

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 [...]