Time again for an follow-up to my post on Qt’s LTS release, now that Qt 5.9 has been published as a new long-term supported (LTS) release. And since Qt 5.9.1 does not build with Visual Studio 2010 anylonger, this was also a good reason to switch to the freshly released Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition.… »»»
Since I have to catch up a bit after my long hiatus, here’s the next batch of my short opinions on some of the stuff that I’ve watched over the last couple of months and weeks. Film Arrival Nice idea, but execution and pacing weren’t my cup of tea. Same goes for the ‘resolution’: Too… »»»
Hello again, long time no see. The following mini reviews are for stuff that I saw around late 2016/early 2017, but for which I didn’t find the time to write down until now. Film Wizard Mode Documentation. Liked it, for personal reasons; but in the cold light of day, it was not that interesting. The… »»»
Last year at work, we had the curious case that many of our notebooks, which were using a SIM for their UMTS/LTE modems, caused a smartphone with the associated Multi-SIM (same contract, i.e. same telephone number) to respond with a busy signal as soon as the notebook was powered on (didn’t even had to have… »»»
I was busy with (and distracted by) different things in the last couple of months (and still am, partially), but will soon resume to post some stuff again. You’ve been warned… 😉
Better late than never: More opinions on some of the things that I’ve watched since the last time. Film 300: Rise Of An Empire Technical not as revolutionary as the first film, since it is more or less shot in the very same style. The film is again essentially just a series of very bloody… »»»
This is an update to my previously published post Building Qt 5.2.1 on Windows 7 with Visual Studio 2010. Not much has changed for me: I’m still running Windows 7 (Windows 10 can wait a bit longer) and Visual Studio 2010 (I’ll probably switch to version “2017” when it’s done — and if it still… »»»
A new version of SIMInfo has been released.
A new version of SIMInfo has been released (side note: version 1.3 was omitted from publication, because it’s been mainly a work of internal restructuring).
After quietly working on it for several months, the project has now reached a point where I feel comfortable to make it public: