One of the most interesting thing to do for a programmer whether he is student or professional is to team up with other guys in school/college/work and create a project. That’s the real fun.Read More Integrate Git with Eclipse: Go Team Go!
Recently I have made all projects of mine to use git and they are sitting on GitHub. The conversion process was painful but it was worth it. I was tired of maintaining all the projects manually and they were going nowhere. Because I work in different computers or in different Operating systems time to time […]Read More Gitting all the way
The number of API for the same functionality is large… Some live, some die and some are legendary. But whatever the reputation, it always takes a toll on the developer in terms of learning them. Some APIs are good at abstracting their usage but with the cost of functionality. Developers must be aware of the […]Read More Read the Docs!
I have been using C and found it to be efficient than C++ just because of it’s compatibility in wide range of systems and no overhead at all unlike Java and C++. I believed that all that object creation and templates in C++ might slow down my program. Even though it is true in some […]Read More Choosing sides…
For those who don’t know what is FLTK, FLTK is a C library used for creating GUI windows. I am one of the programmers who wanted to write code that actually interacts with the underlying hardware and see how it works. I wanted to create frame buffers, I did’nt wanted even a little abstraction until […]Read More Why I settled with FLTK…
This might be seriously late post because of the popularity gained by python some few years ago. So, I’ll try to be short and informative as possible. You may heard of python being called as interpretted language. What does that really mean? Developing a program has the following process(perspective of a programmer) C/C++ Code –> Compile […]Read More Is it worth to learn Python?
With languages like Java, Python ruling the world. Why would anyone want to learn C/C++, right? but seriously there are too much reason for why. Like the Terminator said, “Old but not Obsolete” C has already gone throgh many revisions and will continue to evolve. Funny cause there is C dialect called ArnoldC. One interesting fact about […]Read More Learn C/C++, but why?