Hello folks, While GSoC under progress, I’m learning new stuff inside the codebase of our application Krita and the library KNewStuff. While, integrating this framework, I came across a wonderful piece of technique written down in the library and tackle different problems like binary compatibility and optimization and all. So it is called d-pointer. So… Read More d-pointer.
Week 1 of the GSoC coding period was a hell of a ride :D. Was really engaged in many things. Even had a camp to attend. But thankfully, my mentors was so supportive that it wasn’t an issue. Hence, I started working on the Project and it’s proceeding really fast after reading and getting familiar… Read More GSoC ’17 – Week #1.
You all might be wondering what kind of blog post is this going to be right. Well, this blog post is all about my experience during the last week. I went to Amrita Coimbatore campus to attend a camp and the name of the camp was Gitamritam. Yes, I know what all kind of thoughts… Read More 2 + 2 = 4!!
Hey guys, This is another post regarding the data structure and algorithm stuff. As I said in my earlier post, that as we are having data structures and algorithm in the upcoming semester I will be covering most of them here through my blog as to help some of you out there and I could… Read More Binary Search.
I always wanted to blog something like this for a long time. Because whenever I used to learn the algorithm of bubble sort, I used to forget it often and had to by-heart it at times as well. But since now I know it better as well as from next semester onwards we are going… Read More Bubble Sort.
To me, FOSS is something for which I could keep on talking about it day and night. It’s something which helped me always to define what I was and what I’m now. Actually, the passion to be a better person causes me to be a part of this large community over here. I could have… Read More FOSS & Me.
Basically, to fix bugs or to make contributions to a codebase, you are first required to build the application from source as not to make any problems in the existing code base. Obviously, you need to fetch the source first, which you can get by browsing through cgit.kde.org Once you have the source, you’re required… Read More Kick Starter: How to Start contribution to KDE.