Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to the OpenUK awards ceremony. It was originally planned as a … Continue Reading OpenUK Awards: A great night in and a wonderful trophy!
Not long ago I started listening to the excellent “Go Time” podcast from the ChangeLog network. I highly recommend it for a relaxed approach to lots of interesting topics around the Go language and it’s common uses. And so I … Continue Reading Unusual Uses for Go
Today I posted a reflection on 2019 for the Fyne project – it’s been a very busy year indeed. We … Continue Reading Looking toward a Fyne 2020
Have you heard about the new GitHub Sponsors programme? The great people at GitHub have built a platform to help get open source developers paid for the great work they do. Yup, it’s a great idea – one that I … Continue Reading Accepted to GitHub Sponsors
Recently one of the great developers that contribute to Fyne (thanks steveoc64!) pointed out a cool BASIC interpreter on GitHub. It looked … Continue Reading Retro weekend BASIC style
As people following this blog may know I had become frustrated at how difficult it is to create cross-platform native … Continue Reading Meet the first book about Golang GUI programming
I wanted to start looking at other uses for vector graphics in an application as I develop Fyne further. Then … Continue Reading That’s a Fyne deck of cards
Although it feels like only yesterday I realised this week that I moved out of CodeBase pretty much a year … Continue Reading Back home at CodeBase
Wow it’s been a busy few days getting the Fyne project up and running. It’s been well received by a … Continue Reading The First 10 Days of Fyne
What follows is an email I sent to the Enligthenment Developer list today. For some time I have wondered if … Continue Reading A different direction for a brighter future
If technology is the future and computers are ubiquitous then software must be the building blocks of our society. Don’t we owe it to ourselves and to each other to make that freely available to everyone?
The open source movement is quite something – people spending their own precious spare time to make the world a better place. Software that is everywhere and quite literally runs the web has it’s source code freely available to be examined, … Continue Reading Can you crowd fund open source software?
OK, so maybe more code related but hey. Rectang.com just opened it’s new open source project framework based on the Trac system. The framework provides SVN for version control, Wiki for project documentation and a ticketing system that integrates with the wiki … Continue Reading dev.rectang.com