We are looking for developers who have working experience in developing Qt/C++ applications to join our team, that creates desktop software for diverse domains.
I just came back from Paris last week after finishing a 4 day training on GCF for a group of 7 developers in a company there. I had a fun time with the team of 7 – it was very interesting to note the interest and enthusiasm with which they took the training.
GCF (Generic Component Framework), based on Qt, allows developers to compose applications as a collection of components. GCF offers a ready made application architecture to manage loading, initialization and unloading of components, to configure components using XML files, to merge GUI offered by different components into a single application container widget, to have components easily […]
LCC (or Linux Campus Club) is an organization that was started in 2004 under the department of Computer Science SJCE Mysore India, with a primary goal of fostering the use of free open source software among the students. For the last three years they have been hosting an annual event called FOSSCamp to accelerate the […]
I downloaded “Internet Explorer 9 Beta” a couple of weeks ago. I have been consistently using it since then. I must say that the experience so far has been awesome! Browsing is smoother – Windows 7 Integration is nice! – It is much much much much faster than IE8 – It renders most of the […]
About two weeks ago we bought a 40×60 site in Shimoga, right next to my father in law’s plot. The site is in a good location. We hope to construct our house in there in about 10 years time and move there in about 15 years time. One of the top thoughts in my wife’s […]
Have you noticed that almost any ad/movie about a guy or gal doing work has something to do with giving-presentations? And usually the presentation has a chart (line-graph going up or bar chart growing taller) and then everybody in the room listening to the presentation is wearing full 3 piece suit and shining glasses. Each […]
We are about to begin on a project that requires us to have floating and transparent widgets over VTK render-window output. About a year back, we had wanted to provide something similar to VTK Designer 2. We wanted users to have the ability to load UI (created using Qt Designer) directly on the VTK output […]
Over the past few weeks we have been playing around with CMake and we figured that it would be a good idea to have GCF build-able using CMake. There are a few open-source projects that make use of GCF with CMake anyway; we figured it would be a good idea to have a CMake build-system […]
For the very first time in my life work-life have I noticed someone in my circle actually getting IT returns. I am infact supposed to get some money back from the IT department myself, however I had (until-now) given up hope on actually receiving the returns. Even after repeated follow-ups, I have until now never […]