Posts for January, 2009

Customizing vim For Dojo

Matthew Russell has extended vim to make it easier work with Dojo (Dion Almaer). vim is an extremely flexible editor and this is a good example of how you can extend and customize it for your purpose. I use vim for almost all my tasks, including my personal wiki and task management. [Continue]


Nokia will make Qt available under GNU’s LGPL. Qt is a cross-platform toolkit, which has powered various applications on the desktop and mobile. The LGPL will encourage its adoption especially in the mobile world. [Continue]

Excuses For Unblogging

I guess I have finally found a word for what I did with this blog for last month or so – unblogging! For various reasons I could not be near an Internet connection. That and some personal reasons kept me from being active on this blog. [Continue]

Making Mistakes

A junior asked me about what I have gained after about a decade of experience in the software development. I tried to sound cool and talked about methodologies, philosophies, tools, and what not. A perfect recipe for a boring and useless lecture, which I am sure was of no use to him. [Continue]

Python’s History, As A Blog

Python is 19 years old, and Guido van Rossum, its creator, is publishing bits and pieces from the history of Python. And he is doing it as a blog. The best part of learning a programming language is understanding the philosophy and rationale behind its design. [Continue]

New Year, New Setup

A Very Happy New Year to you! And an exciting start for me, as I have given up my XFCE setup. XFCE is still the best desktop environment, but I want to move away from the idea of desktop environment to try out some things. [Continue]



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