First experiences with the OpenSUSE Build Service (OBS). 4

As part of my Openismus training, I was recently tasked with packaging a Qt application using the OpenSUSE Build Service (OBS). Here I’ll try to note my first impressions as well as offer some solutions to problems I encountered. Note: This was my first attempt at packaging anything and the application I’m packaging (ConferenceGoer) is ...

Thoughts coming out of the GNOME Developer Documentation and Tools Hackfest

I’m a bit late in the game regarding blogging about the GNOME Developer Documentation and Tools Hackfest that we hosted at the Openismus Berlin office a couple weeks ago. There have been a number of good posts made summarizing what we talked about and worked on. In this post, rather than providing another summary, I’d ...

Senior Design Project

In order to graduate from the Engineering program at San Diego State University, each student needs to complete a senior design project with a team of between 6 to 10 students. The group that I’m apart of is working on building a system to localize nodes in a wireless sensor network (WSN). We do this ...