Monthly Archives: December 2016

Outstanding Tutorial on writing GTK+ 3 GUI Applications with Python

GUI programming has always been a black art to me. The idea of event-driven applications with an endless infinite loop listening for events boggles my mind a bit and runs counter to my traditional understand of what algorithms look like.  … Continue reading

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An Ode to Linux Desktop Users Everywhere

Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels. The package makers, the man page writers. The rounded windows in Qt mixed with the less rounded windows of GTK. The ones who literally see things differently because of missing proprietary … Continue reading

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