While trying to build a tesseract function on AWS’ Lambda recently I wanted to use the latest version, four, and couldn’t find it. So I built it from source and made a github repo of it in case anyone needed View Github Repo Photo by Summer City
I’ve recently started a new site, helping with the basics of learning go. It’s not exactly a tutorial website, where every step of the how-to guide is explained to you, but more of a snippet repository – a starting point to working out how to do anything and everything which you might be looking at tackleing. This ranges from go routines to json encoding to file management to build processes. View GolangCode.com Photo by Brad Smith
While working with a Raspberry Pi recently I delved into the world of Python – and I come from PHP background, so this was quite an experience. Python, for those who don’t know, is a concise scripting language which works well across different platforms.
Just a short post to mention that Turtle Player, a fully fledged, open-source, music player for Android, is now in it’s second version. Downloadable at turtle-player.co.uk.
This tutorial is written in the hope that it can give you an overview of Git, Github and version control in general – be it for web developement or software development purposes alike. It will hopefully outline why Git (and version control) is used, the advantages to it and it should give you a brief introduction to using it yourself.
Just a quick post to mention that I’ve just released an Android music player to the general public and horray! It’s open-source! Find it, and contribute to it, on Github.