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As every month - we share our Newsletter with you. This time a little about the new code model in Qt Creator. We also have a tip on how to make 5-hour workdays more productive and information about NASA's plans for the new Voyager mission.
Flutter from C++/Qt developer perspective
Giving new life to old, unused stuff always brings a lot of joy to the helpless nerd like me. Recently I connected Raspberry pi to my old stereo amplifier - WS-303. It was bought by my father in the mid-'80s so it still remembers the communist era in Poland! :). I wanted to steer it with a remote control. Here is my justification for the idea of writing a Mopidy client in Flutter.
Newsletter Milo - October
If you just want to see some amazing astronomical pictures, you are welcome to our October newsletter. You will also find a lot of information from the IT industry in a broad sense, and, as usual, popular science news.
Qt containers and COW
For as long as Qt exists, there has been a big question: should I use Qt or std containers? QVector or std::vector? In terms of API, such talk mostly gets reduced to terms of personal preferences. But there is a killer feature that brings Qt containers on top of std single-handedly. Copy-on-Write, or COW.
Newsletter Milo - July
To make tradition come true - we have a Newsletter for you. What's in it? The great return of QtMultimedia, as usually - another release of the latest Qt version, recommendations on how to design secure APIs and great video about cybersecurity. And also a lot of popular science information!
Newsletter Milo - June
In the June Newsletter, you will find a lot of information: Viking Software, WireGuard, RedXOR, Flutter, Dobble, Percy rover - these are the keywords of our Newsletter, which was prepared as usually by Tomasz Siekierda, our Deputy Head of Qt Department. We invite you to read.
"I’d never want to lose Milo". Another opinion on Clutch
- It feels like they’re a part of our company - says Jamie Jacobs, CEO of KFM 24/7 Ltd., one of our most loyal clients. This is just an excerpt from an opinion that was posted on Clutch.
Newsletter Milo - February
In our February newsletter, as always, you will find a lot of information about Qt technology. Additionally, you will read about a worthy replacement for Google Authenticator and learn how to turn synthetic materials into... 3D printer one. Finally, we will present a 10-second and extremely accurate test on COVID-19.
Newsletter Milo - October
In the October Newsletter, you will find a lot of information about Qt 6, the release of which is getting closer. You will also learn the story of the man who cheated Tesla's algorithms and the successor to the famous Hubble telescope. We invite you to the Milo Newsletter!
M. Iskierko: working in Milo, for a company from Silicon Valley os prestige
Michał Iskierko is a man of many talents - triathlete, drummer, amateur carpenter, but above all, our Senior Software Developer. At the same time, he is the person who has been working in Milo for the longest time. In the interview with Kacper, Michał talked among others about his beginnings in the company. In 2012, a project of and electronic menu was like jumping in at the deep end. Remote work with people from the US - that involved the time shift - he reminisces.