Like the objects in the picture, flat design gives very little hints about what is on the screen. This can prove confusing ("I want to read more but, where should I click?"), distracting ("They all look alike!") and overall problematic ("Dude, what is that? A button? A link? Just a highlighted paragraph?"). Today the … Continue reading Boo!
I just came across an article in Fedora Magazine about a small application that helps you to check types in Python. If you like to code in this language, you may find it useful: https://fedoramagazine.org/improve-python-projects-mypy Thanks for reading!
You find geeks everywhere and of all sizes, ages and shapes. And it seems there are quite a few in Northern Ireland, all of them incredibly sociable and friendly. One in particular, has a few devices floating around his flat and suggested me to travel light by not bringing my own laptop (which is quite … Continue reading A playful notebook
These are very cool COPR projects that were posted recently in Fedora Magazine. In case you don't know, COPR is a system of privately maintained repositories, similar to AUR in Arch, that offer programmes that aren't mature or stable enough to be included in official repositories yet good to have. If you want more information … Continue reading Cool COPR projects – Fedora Magazine
I've been trying to find time to write an article about Thonny, a relatively new IDE aimed to beginners in Python coding. But before I could make something, the Magazine posted an excellent article about it written by Aivar Annamaa. https://fedoramagazine.org/learn-code-thonny-python-ide-beginners Please ignore the discussion about Ruby & Python in comments below.