Multi thread OpenGL and QtQuick

I quite like QtQuick even though there are elements of it that can be a little tedious at times. I’ll put that down to being a very young tool that needs some refinements, and some useful libraries to go with it. The biggest win for me though is how nicely …

Getting to grips with QML

In case you haven’t noticed QML is the big thing to come from Qt and it is being integrated into KDE plasma, BlackBerry, new Ubuntu mobile OS, etc. So, I figured I would give building some UI a go with it. Given how much I suck at UI design I …

Headless X on Kubuntu 12.10

I have a new machine that I’m setting up to a be a renderer. This machine will sit happily in the corner …

Wiki excitement

Woo excited. Just found a cool little plugin called BlogText. It uses the creole syntax similar to BitBucket which will be great …

Creating VMs

I’ve been working on packaging our application, which has been a bit of a nightmare since we want to package some extra …

The Grand Canyon

Just a little bit of fun. Here is a screenshot rendering the grand canyon.

Testing madness

In general I’m not really a fan of test driven development. Even in most cases I think unit tests are a waste …

Application mobility

I’m a horder and this is most apparent in my virtual world. I have documents and applications from years ago that have …

Data pipeline

Interesting couple of days working on trying to introduce a clear distinction between generating data and actually displaying it in a legacy …