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Discussing my latest projects and findings in the tech world.
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18
Apr

Visual Studio Code – Adding a Breakpoint Keybind Toggle

As I continued to look for new issues in an effort to contribute to Visual Studio Code, it was back to the 4000+ issue list for my next bug. In no time I came across a recently filed “feature request”....
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21
Feb

R0.1.2 | Injecting Front Matter Syntax Highlighting in Markdown Files

In continuation of, Microsoft Visual Studio Code: First Contribution, I'll be talking about my experience working with Visual Code extension grammars, Text Mate, and extension development.
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20
Feb

R0.1.1 | Microsoft Visual Studio Code: First Contribution

What a better way to kick off the new term by continuing right where I left off. Contributing to the open source community. This time around things are going to be a little different.
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30
Jan
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08
Jan

Optimizing Google’s Compression Algorithm Zopfli (Stage 2)

Test Building Post Notes: All tests and optimizations can be downloaded from my GitHub repo. github.com/marcobeltempo/zopfli/tree/optimization_tester To build the source code run the make command from the main directory Execute/compress file ./zopfli your_file_nameIn continuation of Stage 1 – Optimizing Google’s Compression...
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06
Jan

GNU Source Building | glibc | Part 2

Download – glibc-2.26.tar.xz Similar to my last post GNU Source Building | Wget | Part 1, I will be covering the popular GNU C library package. Glibc provides the user with an interface to the services provided by the kernel...
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06
Jan

GNU Source Building | Wget | Part 1

This post will be the first of two, discussing the ideas behind Free Software Foundation, as well as getting hands-on with a couple common GNU software packages you’ve probably used at some point in time. Brief History  GNU is an...
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05
Jan

Release 0.2 | Open Source and Self Development

Release 0.2 reflects how we have grown as developers throughout the semester. Instead of new software updates, it's new and improved skills as inspiring developers.
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