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Historical Map Plugin for QGIS Helps You Unlock Historical Data

Occasionally, I like to go through the QGIS plugins and see what’s new. There are all sorts of handy tools in there, but one in particular caught my eye this time. 458 more words


The future is open

I came across a blog post from 8 years ago where I wrote about how I was working with students and talking about computers. In the… 172 more words

Why we do need Devuan

Some months ago when I looked at the Devuan efforts I thought they’re directed at eradicating any traces of systemd and the Red Hat agenda from Debian. 347 more words


Test DPC: A Tool to Test Out Android for Work Apps

Blog post written by: Jeffrey Jeyachandren

Software for enterprise use is made by developers who dedicate their time to creating safe and productive features for their applications. 287 more words

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Comment nous avons basculé vers la nouvelle API SNCF sans rien casser

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En janvier, nous avons appris que la SNCF souhaitait mettre à jour son système tarifaire, c’est-à-dire l’ensemble des règles qui déterminent le prix d’un billet. 2,582 more words


How We Switched Without A Hitch To A New API

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Back in January, here at Trainline Europe, we learnt that SNCF, the main French railway company, wanted to update their fare system — that is, the set of rules which determine their ticket prices. 2,138 more words


Gentoo Captain's Journal I

I’m a tinkerer at heart, after my father, who’s an electronics engineer. When I was still a toddler, he showed me everything – how to clean computers, how to turn them inside-out, how to exchange hard drives, do upgrades, etc. 726 more words