I’ve just completed the first of 10 sections in a new course I am taking on Udemy. The course is called Beginning Qt 5 C++ GUI Development : The Fundamentals. As […]
Custom script to build my C++ games
So, I’ve completed section one of my Udemy course. There are eleven sections total. It’s a bit odd, in that the course instructor is using Microsoft Visual Studio, and I […]
Fool’s Mate Friday?
Fool’s Mate Friday is going to take a little detour, as I work on learning a new programming language. If you have followed my blog at all, you will notice […]
Video to Gif Command Line Conversion
This is really just a side note for myself. I tend to do something only once in a blue moon, and then consequently forget how to do that again later. […]
More “Stack-able” Certificates from CompTIA!
Some changes at my work are driving me to renew and gain new CompTIA certificates. What is a bit odd about the system, however, is the “stack-able” feature. Now you […]
CompTIA Mobility+ certificate to be retired on December 15th.
One of the many things that my work requires is various IT certificates. In particular, they require Network+ for the job I am currently filling, and A+, Security+, and Linux+, […]
How to check your governor and I/O scheduler from the command line
The other day, when working through some issues with kernel governors and I/O schedulers, I realized that I was a bit rusty on where to find them from the command […]