In the meantime, I've also started work on porting (if that's the right word) Curb to FFI, with a view to moving away from the existing C code.
Way back in 2006, after reading on ruby-talk about people's problems using libcurl with Ruby, I put together a basic C extension to replace the (by-then-unmaintained) bindings that already existed. Little did I know then that it would end up being some of the most popular open-source code I've written. In time, pressures of family, … Continue reading I’m back on the Curb team!
Just a quick note to say that the blog is now back online, but sadly missing quite a few posts that were lost by my old webhost. The last post I've been able to restore is from almost two years ago, when I was just starting out on the drone project. Here's a quick summary of … Continue reading Blog Reboot
I currently have quite a lot of work outstanding on various Open Source projects, and I've been really busy lately what with one thing and another, but I've deliberately kept today free so I could catch up with things a bit. There's a lot of (long overdue) work on Deelang (the current milestone is at least … Continue reading Reasons why my code is late #173: The Weather
Wow, looks like I've not blogged since February! Doesn't seem that long, but there you go...I've actually been really busy lately, with work and other things. Mostly I've been spending some time getting our new app into beta (check it out at http://retroify.me). It's been a bit of a learning curve for me (it's the … Continue reading It’s been a while!
So, Nokia have advertised the life out of the new Lumia range and the Windows software it will be running, but now the guys over at HTC have released some specs and pictures of their new HTC 8 range.
Im not going to spend all of this article talking about Windows Phone as I’ve already shown my excitement for it previously and wrote a few articles that concern it, as well as the Lumia 920 article, each of these can be found here ..
These articles will give you a bit of an overview of Windows Phone 8, and what you can expect from it.
The HTC 8X and HTC 8S will both run the Windows OS. Just like the HTC One X & S, you know more or less what to expect from each of these models that each will have its own selling points.
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