Tag: programming

There are 4 posts filed with the tag 'programming'.

  • Quickly Run with a Ctrl+R Keyboard Shortcut in Gedit

    Michael Forrest,

    I’m all about workflow, so the first thing I wanted to do when trying quickly was to make sure I could hit a keyboard shortcut to build and run from within my editor.

    It was a bit fiddly, but here’s something that works:

    In Gedit go to Tools=>Mana…

  • OS X Ubuntu USB Creator

    Michael Forrest,

    I’ve spent some time attempting to make a Cocoa that lets you burn an Ubuntu ISO to a USB memory stick on OS X.

    I think I’ve got as far as I’m gonna get with it now, sadly.

    How far I got…

    The UI is pretty concise
    A USB stick gets detected when pl…

  • Making the computer work for YOU

    Michael Forrest,

    Yukihiro Matsumoto put it better than I ever could: 
    Often people, especially computer engineers, focus on the machines. They think, “By doing this, the machine will run faster. By doing this, the machine will run more effectively. By doing this, …

  • Improving Launchpad bug workflow for opportunistic programmers

    David Siegel,

    I’m a talented software engineer. I have a good deal of application programming experience on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iPhone, Android, and the Web. I’m crazy about style guidelines, correctness, functional decomposition, self-documenting code, explicit documentation, code review, unit tests, etc. I’m confident that for most application codebases, I could learn my way around quickly […]

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