Simplifying the design

Recently I got all excited on my progress with C++. Sometimes when there’s a blocker in your way and you can’t tackle it with your current knowledge then it’s time to sit, and think of a different strategy. In my case it was a case of selfishness and petty design that led me to this… Continue reading Simplifying the design

Toying with QML StackView

I didn’t have time to program today, I had to attend to some issues that’s been piling up. So, basically what I did today was part of what I’m going to do in the application I’m building. Now that I got most of the puzzle complete I have to sit down and do some design… Continue reading Toying with QML StackView

Working with YouCompleteMe + Vim + Clang/Cmake + Tmux

Recently I’ve had this idea of using Vim to continue development on my application. Most of the development is done in my desktop where I sit and fight wars with QtCreator. Now, there’s something I really enjoy about using YouCompleteMe is on how incredibly fast it is. The subsequence algorithm it uses is perfect (for… Continue reading Working with YouCompleteMe + Vim + Clang/Cmake + Tmux

C++ Starter: Memory leaks

C++ Adventures is a section where I mostly speak of my encounters and struggle while learning the C++ language. This section by no means may contain insights of C++ as a language, or any factual content that may be used as a point of discussion. I’m just a penguin on a journey. Yesterday I spent… Continue reading C++ Starter: Memory leaks

My initial views on QML

My preconceived notions of technology have led me to really stupid decisions in the past. I’m a fool, a blithering fool. With that opening I hope to at least share some thoughts on QML. My first view on QML wasn’t proper, it was all doom and gloom when I saw QML was some sort of… Continue reading My initial views on QML