I see this blog has picked up some subscribers lately. Don’t count on much activity here from now on– everything’s moved to http://post404.com.
If you liked this blog, you’ll LOVE that one! So update your subscriptions!
I want to thank WordPress for the very cool blog stats job they did for the 2011 summary. Saved me a lot of work!
Which is especially good since I’ve been working hard on something new (I know, I know: what’s new in that, right?). But bear with me! Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 67,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
Click here to see the complete report.
Posted in Into Outreach, Inviting Change, Mentioning Maemo, Mentioning MeeGo, The Write Stuff, Views and Reviews
Tagged LinkedIn, Maemo, Nokia, Microsoft, MeeGo, forumnokia, Windows Phone, Lumia, Johan Paul
Finally, here’s the much-demanded second part to this QML beginner-focused series. Okay, one guy asked, but he sounded really interested.
I said at the end of the first article that I would progress to the next phase in this one. But the request for a screenshot of the app at this point got me to thinking that it would be worth more to fledgling QML developers if I backed up and broke down the code. So let’s do it. There’s a lot to cover, so I’ll spread it across two or three articles. Continue reading
Posted in Getting Qt, Into Outreach, Mentioning Maemo, Mentioning MeeGo, Smooth Codings, The Write Stuff
Tagged forumnokia, GPS, LinkedIn, MotoRing, N9, N950, Nokia, QML, Qt
I unloaded some Qt newbie frustration the other day detailing my first serious efforts to code for the Nokia N9. Now I’d like to step back a bit and outline the actual project, and in subsequent posts walk other newcomers through my coding journey of pleasure and pain.
I really wasn’t very apprehensive about Qt, especially the mature 4.7. Friends kept telling me how easy it was, and the Qt Creator environment did not look difficult at all at first glance. Continue reading
Posted in The Cat Corral, Smooth Codings, The Process and Product Frontier, Mentioning Maemo, Mentioning MeeGo, Getting Qt, Into Outreach