In this video series, I try to challenge myself with the Advent of Code trials. Each solution will be published to Github, and I hope you will learn something from my coding mistakes and perhaps send some code my way on how you have done these challenges. I know by reading code, so this is such an exciting thing for me.
We will look into how to use test-driven development in order to write code. I go through the process I use in order to create self-documenting code. The code should be able to validate itself and ensure that the thing you want it to handle it should handle. Git repository https://ift.tt/2KF1z4R Please follow me on…
We go through how to to create a package to for a cross platform build script. Using the tools autoconf and automake to create Makefile to make and install your c program. Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
I will go through a brief history of Microsoft describing where it came from and how it has evolved to today. Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
We look into how to use Zenity showing by some examples. Zenity is a graphical tool for your scripting to show dialog boxes on the GUI and return the result from Zenity back to your script.
I go through a recent PR I created on the Ceph project. This contribution was something that solved a problem that really annoyed me when I’ve used the dashboard regularly the last weeks during a large upgrade/migration.