You are your tools…

I will always believe that: “A handyworker is as good as its selection of tools, and his skill shows its creativity and what he can do with those tools”. Although you can always incorporate more, or learn to use new tools and do more. Same thing happens with software craftsmanship. As part of our survival […]

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PANIC at the SVN server!

Do not play around with your commits, If you do here is a little trick I had to do today, (do not ask why, but I blame hunger…) 1svn merge -r [current_version]:[previous_version] [repository_url] Then you have patch to revert the changes on the repository… I will be more careful next time… el_avena off… […]

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github-Gist

Apparently I have been living as a caveman trying to add colors at hand with online tools for my code. I just found that GitHub has a small Javascript snipplet to share code, which is amazing. Below you will find an example of one exercise I was doing for Cassandra Connection. I hope you found […]

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QT Tip On Mac

When you are developing QT applications on MacOSX you might want to check a few things before. The way the applications are put together in MacOSX changes, one example is the DMG file, which contains all the stuff that is needed for your application to run. One tip for this is that when you are […]

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Ipv4 Addresses on MySQL

Did You know that you can store ip addresses on mysql with no string handling? Well, I did not. 12INSERT INTO ip_table (’ipv4’) VALUES (INET_ATON("127.0.0.1")); SELECT INET_NTOA(’ipv4’) FROM ip_table; Well this does the trick, INET_ATON and INET_NTOA function transforms the ip address into his numeric value(Integer) and vice versa. el_avena Off… […]

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