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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...
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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...
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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....
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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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29
Dec

Debugging Image Load Test Case

Our latest lesson was focused on the importance of effective source code reading. Projects can contain millions of lines of code. Imagine trying to find the right spot to fix a bug or add a...
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27
Dec

Open-Source Reflection and Release 0.2 Goals

Being a student developer, I still have a lot to learn. But found it's also important to never stop learning. No matter how experienced you are. Engaging in the open-source community has exposed me to...
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08
Dec

Tips for Creating and Effective README

The reality is, documents such as README and CONTRIBUTING are some of the most important files in your project. It’s the first screen users navigate to for insight. Having an effective README is a great...
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30
Nov

Continuous Integration with Travis CI

Continuous integration platforms, such as Travis CI, allow for small code changes to be merged into a project after passing a series of automated testing performed in a virtual environment. Not only does this reduce...
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23
Nov

Git and GitHub Workflow

Utilizing version control technologies such as Git not only tracks changes in files but makes collaborating with multiple people possible. A key factor to any successful project. To gain some exposure to the process of...
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