Category Archive: PlanetPOuL

May 25

On reading things, the Internet and information overload:

Sometimes I think my job one day will not be to be a developer but just some sort of “information processor”. Although I’ve been using the Java virtual machine for different projects in the last years, I’ve been using three

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May 14

Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference – Italia

Sabato 17 Maggio 2014 si terrà a Cesena la terza edizione della Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference – Italia 2014, presso il Centro Polifunzionale “Ex Macello”, in via Mulini 25. La mattina sarà dedicata alla discussione e al confronto delle comunità italiane di Debian e Ubuntu e il pomeriggio sarà rivolto al grande pubblico. Il primo intervento

May 10

On experiences: a new series of blog posts

I was thinking that in order to better learn things I do I should probably write about things I do. I thus decided to start a new category of blog posts named/tagged “WorkExperience“. Enjoy

May 09

So it’s been three months..

It’s been three months since I dived the functional world, writing software using Scala and other technologies developed by the folks at TypeSafe. As i said previously, I’ve learnt most of my Scala through the progfun course on coursera, but

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May 04

Miosix 2.0 code size

If you’ve tried the new Miosix 2.0 recently, you may have noticed that compiling an hello world without tweaking the build options results in a code size of around 90KB for the kernel plus the hello world program. This appears to be a big step up with respect to Miosix 1.6, but is due to […]

May 04

Miosix 2.0 code size

If you’ve tried the new Miosix 2.0 recently, you may have noticed that compiling an hello world without tweaking the build options results in a code size of around 90KB for the kernel plus the hello world program. This appears to be a big step up with respect to Miosix 1.6, but is due to […]

Apr 13

Miosix 2.0beta1 released

If you’re watching Miosix’s git repository, you probably noticed that in the last year most commit were done in the testing branch, but until now no official information was available on how to use the testing branch. Today Miosix 2.0beta1 has been officially released, together with changes to the Miosix website, including a wiki. A […]

Apr 13

Miosix 2.0beta1 released

If you’re watching Miosix’s git repository, you probably noticed that in the last year most commit were done in the testing branch, but until now no official information was available on how to use the testing branch. Today Miosix 2.0beta1 has been officially released, together with changes to the Miosix website, including a wiki. A […]

Apr 12

On today’s Internet, anonymity and identites

I’ve been writing in the past about how much the Internet has changed since I was younger.     The Internet was way more libertarian. In some rare cases, you could have got in touch with someone from your real

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Apr 08

Ideas that need to be brought to reality

I have been doing a lot of things although I haven’t been blogging on them. I had an idea for a blog couple of months ago but I didn’t put it in action because I was waiting for a certain

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