Monthly Archives: September 2010

PyQt comes to OpenSolaris

For the past month I’ve been honing my PyQt skills and greatly enjoyed it. I’ve been saying to people at conferences — for years already — that Python (or some other scripting language) is the Right Approach ™ to a … Continue reading

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NLUUG fall conference schedule finalized

The NLUUG‘s Fall Conference — this time on the topic of Security — has been finalized. You can find the schedule, with speakers on both practical and theoretical topics, one the conference website. One of the speakers will be Frank … Continue reading

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KPresenter template contest

Eugene reminds us about the KPresenter template contest. This made me go “hunh? did I miss something?” and yes indeed, there was an announcement on the dot some time ago. Of course, my artistic skills are limited to Kolourpaint and … Continue reading

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Bread in the Bone

After the summer months — during which I’ve been in hiding, of sorts — I thought I’d pick up with recipe blogging first. In the style of Ariya Hidayat. When he’s not doing ridiculously cool things, he has nice photos … Continue reading

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