I've been watching how C++20 compiler support has evolved over the past 18 months, and as someone using the Apple MacOS platform for my small development projects, I've been using the GCC compiler (which I install via Homebrew), along with Visual Studio Code and the Microsoft C/C++ Extension which in my opinion has been the... Continue Reading →
What is a GNU Licence ?
Since moving to my role as Software Architect for Open Source at IBM, A question I get asked frequently is “What’s the difference between community and commercial open source software ?” I could talk about many aspects here, but the one that stands out is the licence model. Commercial Open Source software is typically provided... Continue Reading →
Query OMDB In Python
For a while now, I’ve been thinking about building my own app to store details of my DVD collection, and have been a fan of The Open Movie Database (OMDB) which allows RESTful queries to retrieve details of movies eg. Who was the writer or what year was it released. Before you can use OMDB, you... Continue Reading →
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