I am a C++ and LabView certified programmer, and I do most of my programming in Python, C++ and Matlab. Here is a selection of the most popular posts I wrote on C++:
- Best C++ GUI libraries for Windows
- Installing C++17 and C++20 on Ubuntu and Amazon Linux
- Best plot and charting C++ packages for data visualization
I started adopting the functional programming paradigm a few years ago, and I posted an example of how a snipped of Python code could be refactored adopting a functional programming way of thinking.
I am contributing to some open source project, and I wrote notes on the internal structure and reverse engineering of those projects:
- How to install two copies of a C++ library on Linux
- Reverse engineering the Zotero Client – Internal structure
- IBSimu (Ion Beam Simulation) internal structure
- Git internal structure and the .git/objects directory
Since a few years I started keeping a list of all the libraries and software that I used/am using. Some of them are a constant in m life, but many others are just use-and-dispose kinda thing.
I keep also notes about the new features of C++ and of some of the most syntactically memory-unfriendly Git commands.
Here are some old posts on computer programming I wrote many years ago.
This website is created using the Hugo static site generator, and I am publishing some notes about the choices I made.
I started blogging in 2009, many posts are outdated or do not represent my view anymore. I collected them in a legacy/miscellaneous category.
I love to scuba dive, and I collect some of my experiences here.