I have decided that weekly progress updates are a good idea for those of you who are asking about the progress, but it also kind of makes me hold myself accountable. So, for the weeks where I get content in here you go!
I was working on Pymud, when I ran into a requirement; I needed a way to be able to handle events easily, thus Teventlet.
Understanding Binary There are 10 types of people in the world: Those who know binary and those who don’t. What is binary, anyway? Binary is a numbering system, much like decimal, which we are all familiar with. Rather than working on a base of 10 though, Binary uses only 0 and 1, and works on [...]
installing emacspeak on arch can be a bit of a painful process as with any other distro. The hardest part is the lack of really clear concise documentation to explain how to install things–there are tutorials out there, but most of them are dated. In this tutorial, I hope to give you some pointers to [...]
In this article, I will discuss how to write a DLL, along with it’s uses.
Screen is a program that can be used to manage multiple shells from within one connection. You can move back and forth between terminals as well as detach the screen so the programs you are running will continue to run in the background after the connection is broken.
I was a bit disgruntled at the apparent lack of a free command in BSD, such as exists in Linux to view my memory usage statistics.
We purchased a Toshiba laptop in late 2008, near December. While it has been a decent system in terms of hardware, Toshiba has a lot of problems when it comes to repairs.
RenX is a library for OSX that assists blind coders in creating guis that look good, while also getting around the accessibility issues of the interface builder in XCode. In this article, I will be discussing how to install RenX.
As some of you may know, I have been working on a game client for the past couple of months. This post is more of an update on the progress and to officially announce Alpine Games.