Why Mobile Devices Are Built Using AArch64 Chipsets

A common theme in the SPO600 course, is the need for software which originally was written for x86_64 to be ported over to AArch64 chipsets. This includes providing better capability,  optimizations, and developer support for the alternative processing architecture. Doing so is not as easy as one might imagine, for the GCC compiler (in the […]

Writing Good Contribution Messages

An OSD600 Lecture My Contribution Messages On Tuesday, the class was told a key fact that I imagine not a single in the room had ever thought before; commit messages, pull requests, and even issue descriptions, are the sole most challenging item for any developer to get right. This was in the context of working […]

The Perfect Platform Agnostic Digital Notebook – 2

Part 2 Google Keep Using Google Keep as my exclusive note keeping and organizational platform has been a mixed bag, one of which I had learned quite a bit of my own preference and annoyances when it comes to software. For one, Keep does not have a dark theme (this is easily remedied by changing […]

The Perfect Platform Agnostic Digital Notebook

Part 1 EverNote, a product regarded as the one of the most controversial productivity services of 2016 due to pricing scheme upgrade, feature restrictions on lower offerings, and a privacy policy update -which allowed developers decrypted access to the average user’s notes, have made many turn away in uproar, and even fewer advocate the upgrades. […]