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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 wo...
We know the effects of a large discussion on the future of QProperty and the changes to the properties of Qt 6. Gitpod as open-source? A new "era" coming for Chromebooks? A new electrocatalyst has been found that can turn water into ... ethanol - you will find this and much more in our September newsletter.
In the August Milo newsletter, you will find out, among others: why the changes in Qt will affect the QtGui, QtQuick, and QtOpenGL modules, the system that Elon Musk uses in managing its companies, and we will also show you some astrophotos that will take your breath away. We're inviting you to #MiloNewsletter.