https://www.udemy.com/cpp_development_with_qt_and_boost_library 처음부터 무슨 큰 돈을 벌려고 시작한 것은 아니었고, 3년전 블로터 이지현 기자님께서 권해주셔서 한번 도전삼아 제작했었고 아직 유료로 유지되고 있던 강좌가 있었죠. 돈을 지금껏 제대로 번것도 아니고, 여전히 한달에 한두분 들어주시긴 하지만 그래도 더 많은 분들이 봐주시는게 더 의미있을것 같아 무료로 전환합니다. 계속 무료로 유지할 생각입니다. 추가로 이곳에만 덧붙이자면, experienced software engineer 분들께서는 강좌 … Continue reading Udemy C++ 강좌 무료화
Configuring sshd from Windows server There're few options available such as Cygwin, WSL, MSYS2(Git for Windows) and Win32-OpenSSH. Personally I 'thought': Cygwin: installing the Cygwin was relatively easy, but configuring the sshd wasn't. Not providing uninstaller was also minus. WSL: Looked promising, but it didn't support background daemon. Quote: https://blogs.windows.com/buildingapps/2017/08/08/windows-subsystem-linux-windows-server/ What this isn't — WSL … Continue reading Setup rsync server over SSH on Windows Server 2012 easy way
I'm going to show how to automate dump analysis using a Slackbot but using telegram bot is also quite same. In order automate dump analysis, Visual Studio or WinDbg can be used in theory, however writing a script which behaves manipulate other application which has GUI interface, emulating keyboard and mouse inputs, and reading the … Continue reading CrashDump analysis automation using SlackBot, python, cdb from Windows
If you have a C# project and want to manage the assembly version info during automation build process such as the msbuild with Jenkins, then two options are available: Specify the version number in AssemblyInfo.cs to with asterisk(*) - n.n.* (for example, '1.0.*') Or you might want to manage it with a build script such … Continue reading [Tip] Python snippet increases the UWP product version
Deferred caller, delegator implementation with variadic template Recently I started playing with a small toy project – tiny web server with C++. The first requirement I wanted to implement was the 'static type routing handler' as shown from the crow project. Which means, users should be able to register its routing handlers as the following … Continue reading Deferred caller(or delegator.. whatever you name it) implementation with variadic template
Updated June 8th, 2017. This post was introduced to the Reddit /r/cpp soon after I posted and immediately got a feedback saying "both semantically wrong as well as poorly optimized" which is quite true. 🙂 So I'd like to recommend visiting the Reddit link and consider the comments before preceding or even better, refer to the … Continue reading Sieve of Eratosthenes in C++
I'd like to share my short episode regarding UWP app debugging which happened today. Recent days I've developed a WinRT dynamic library which is based on cppwinrt. Most of time, I tested it with an unittest project and everything went fine. However, when I used the WinRT dll from actual .exe UWP application then very … Continue reading Visual Studio 2017 – Why can’t I see the local and auto variables during UWP app debugging?
As we discussed through Part I, co_wait keyword requires sort of "resumable thing". So what if we want to use co_await with time delta? For example, you can see the code which the co_await takes std::chrono::duration in order to suspend for the specified time from here: https://github.com/Microsoft/cppwinrt/blob/master/10.0.14393.0/Samples/JustCoroutines/Main.cpp#L31 The answer is the fact that vc++ compiler … Continue reading Beginning the coroutine with Visual Studio 2015 Update 3 Part 2
Slack provides an official python client module which you can easily work with. It's simple and easy to use. For example, sending a text line to a specific channel is simple enough to call through just one API - api_call("chat.postMessage", channel=channel, text=msg, attachments=attachment, as_user=True) You can also upload a file to a channel. However, when I … Continue reading How to upload a file from slack using SlackClient?