Thunderdome Meets Today

Science and dystopian fiction writers are always viewed as someone wearing an armadillo shell hat while lining their vehicles and homes with tin foil. At least until they write something which becomes a mega-million dollar grossing movie. Then everyone wants to be part of their entourage. One thing which I always remembered from watching Mad …

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The Delta Airlines Fiasco

Delta canceled around 250 flights yesterday due to a power outage taking out their computer center. As someone with roughly 30 years in IT I find this appalling. This is what happens when you hire graduates from those rinky-dink schools, you know, the ones that have to advertise on television to get students. Good schools …

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What is a “Government Issued Phone?”

Yes, Hillary greased up and slipped through the fingers of justice again, just like her hubby is prone to do. Yes, Tim Cook of Apple decided the company could make more money protecting terrorists and pedophiles than it ever could helping to protect global citizens from them. All of this should leave the average citizen …

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Raspberry Qt – Part 11

Notice the emit statement in the following code snippet. This is where I chose to force in the new line character for our communications protocol. void MainWindow::enterClicked() {     QByteArray msg( ui->lineEdit->text().toUtf8());     emit sendMessage( msg + “\n”);     LogikalLogger::Instance().logString( LogikalLogger::LL_INFO, “Sending message: ” + msg);     clearText(); } Now examine the readData() method. Notice …

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