Thursday, December 16, 2010

Last day of the year in the university

This is my actual state...
...after a looooong period of tests, homeworks, monographs...
I got a little excited with the experience of writing, and I'd like to keep this habit.
Starting with this little post...

I'm a bit tired, but I can't wait to get back to my work at Intelie!!!
Let's code!!!

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Ubuntu Global Jam in Rio de Janeiro

Hi, guys!

I'm here to share with you my impressions about the last Ubuntu Global Jam in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
As any open source event, it was an incredibly opportunity to meet people that deal with the same kind of problems each day; tunning the machine to do what you want.
There I met Rodrigo and Oscar (from left to right in the above picture) and we tried to help the Ubuntu software with some translations and packaging.
There I learned how to create a debian package and packaged an old project to install gedit plugins.

Meanwhile, the Brazilian Robotics Olyimpiad was running! Children with their LEGO Mindstorms bots were serious competitors =)

And more!! An Arduino group was there too! The ArduInRio community.
It was a wonderful day of technology.
Thanks everyone!

Saturday, June 26, 2010


These days I found a really nice project called Terminator.
Essentially, it agreggates and organize in a grid and/or tabs your terminals. It's not a brand new one, but it's working fine for me -- caveat emptor.

Installing: sudo apt-get install terminator

Some useful shortcuts:
splits vertically: Shift + Ctrl + E
splits horizontally: Shift + Ctrl + O
alternate between terminals: Ctrl + Tab | Ctrl + Shift + Tab
Right click -> "Preferences" -> "Keybindings" for other shortcuts.

A screenshot:

Ronald Kaiser

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