have started picking up the coding speed
on my new project rubidium. a libjit based ruby vm.
hopefully i'll have a snapshot of my work available
in the coming 2-3 months.
at last the brand new shiny version of http://www.lypanov.net is live and funking. :)
as i'm currently looking for work i thought a good place to start with was to post a quick diary message here.
so, anyone in need of a ruby / kde / qt / c++ programmer, please feel free to contact me.
hopefully this message will get to someone interested :)
mainly coding ruby at the moment, a couple of new programs that i'll
probably release at some point in the near future
- rvsh (a ruby curses based vim clone)
- RubberDoc (indexing doc viewer using the ruby-kde bindings - korundum)
- ruby-msnlib (ruby port of the excellent python lib)
Its been a while since I posted here, but i figured that as i've at last gotten around to buying my own domain and investing some time in a new website design and finding a provider I may as well increase my google linkage by posting here :)
While AxKit really does rock, unfortunately my current hosting company doesn't quite rock so much. So, anyone who happens to read this and has a mod_perl/ssh capable host that they wouldn't mind giving me some access to, please email me at my username at kde dot org :)
Working on an AxKit version of my website currently. Unfortunately its going kind of slowly. But I do have some working content pages now!
My incremental redesign of Keditbookmarks seems to at last be paying off now.
umm.. my website sucks. officially.
i need to get a good content management solution,
i wonder if one exists that allows me to use xml for content and php for code. umm...
don't feel like writing one this time around,
i'm frustrated enough as it is with my currently stupid xml parser :) ...
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