Aktivitäten

2019
8. November

Github Push to arBmind/2019-types-en

  • added styles and javascript to result

Github Push to arBmind/2019-types-en

  • update published slides

Github Push to arBmind/2019-types-en

  • updated to latest Verdigris version
7. November

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Fixed overlay window image color (#999)
    * Fixed overlay window image color

    * Fixed color property

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • add gcc5 to CI
  • fix gcc5
  • added first working cpp based define api
  • fix qbs clang tests
  • next try
  • added qmake cppapi test
  • Merge pull request #68 from ericLemanissier/master
    fix gcc5
  • GCC 5 is supported again
  • use c++17 for cppapi
  • try version check that works with <= qt 5.6
  • allow c++14 api
  • cleanup
  • remove some gcc overflow warnings
  • locally disable address warning
  • get correct compiler versions working
  • attempt to fix clang 3.8
  • use QT macros to suppress warning
  • Merge pull request #70 from arBmind/feature/cleanup
    Cleanup some itches
  • Merge branch 'master' into feature/cpp14_cppapi
  • moved C++14 all helper to w_internal
6. November

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • drop gcc 5 add gcc 9

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • allow any amount of enum fields by parsing strings at compile time
5. November

Github Push to arBmind/2019-types-en

  • update published slides

Github Push to arBmind/2019-types-en

  • update published slides...
4. November

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Disabled currently unused context button for add fields button (fixes #995)

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Do show info when no recent documents are present in Welcome Window (fixes #996)

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • note to use xmllint to check for notarization status
  • Changed screen recording detection to use "at least one window name should be present)
  • Bumped version. Ensure versioning is always done after Info.plist was copied.

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Re-added english localization for Info.plist since it seems to break on macOS 10.15

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • prepare release now works
3. November

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • added homebrew workaround

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • implemented #55
    * with better name, ADL support than #61
    * added smart pointer test to show that it works

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • implemented #55
    * with better name, ADL support than #61
    * added qmltemplate test to show that it works
1. November

Github Push to arBmind/verdigris

  • added constexpr C++ API to register enums and flags

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Use properties
  • Using cancelOperation: since this is called by pressing the Esc key.
  • Removed magic numbers
  • first stab at a automated release

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Fixed missed localizations (#990)
    Thank you very much!
Natalie Häsner

Blog Post November 2019 Übersicht der IT-Events in Dresden

Veranstaltungsübersicht für den November 2019


Dienstag, 5. November

Qt World Summit in Berlin vom 5. Oktober und 6. Oktober findet die Qt Konferenz in Berlin statt. Auf der Konferenz erfahren Sie aus erster Hand, wie Qt Ihre gesamte technologische Strategie unterstützt und sich schnell an die zukünftige Anwendungsentwicklung und Gerätetrends anpassen lässt. Es werden verschiedene Schulungen und Vorträge angeboten, die von der Entwicklung vernetzter Geräte und IoT-Systeme über Qt als Softwarelösung für die Multi-Plattform-Entwicklung bis hin zu Trends in den Bereichen Industrie- und Automotive-HMIs, Multi-Screen-Entwicklung und die Entwicklung moderner Desktop-Benutzerschnittstellen alles abdecken. Unser CEO Herr Andreas Reischuck hält einen Vortrag über “Type Driven User Interfaces with Qt and C++”.

Qt World Summit 2019

IT & Web Treffen am Abend – ab 19:00 Uhr bei Impact Hub wird mit einer Vorstellungsrunde mit Namen und 3 Hashtags gestartet. Anschließend kann jeder ein aktuelles Thema einbringen.


Mittwoch, 6. November

Software Engineering Community – ab 19:00 Uhr bei T-Systems Multimedia Solution hält Herr Andreas Kretschmer über PostgreSQL.

Dresdner Unix-Stammtisch – ab 19:00 Uhr.


Donnerstag, 7. November

Dresden Perl Morgens – ab 20 Uhr im Newtown Bar wird Support rund um Perl-Einstiegsthemen geboten.


Montag, 11. November

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 12. September

JUG Saxony – ab 19:00 Uhr bei der Offerista Group GmbH wird Herr Michael Plöd zum Thema “Bessere Präsentationen für Entwickler*innen und Architekt*innen” sprechen. Er vermittelt Ihnen ausgehend von einer Idee oder einem Thema grundlegende Techniken zur Vorbereitung, Argumentation, Storybuilding und schließlich zum Entwurf einer gelungenen Präsentation.


Mittwoch, 13. November

Meeting C++ in Berlin – Die größte C++ Konferenz in Deutschland findet vom 14. bis 16. November in Berlin statt. Mit 4 Tracks über 3 Tagen werden alle Bereiche abgedeckt. Die Keynotes halten dieses Jahr: Howard Hinnant, Frances Buontempo und Walter E. Brown.

meetingcpp

PHP User Group Dresden – ab 18:30 Uhr findet das 7 Treffen dieses Jahr bei der Lovoo GmbH statt.

Linux User Group – findet ab 20:00 Uhr im GAG 18 statt.


Donnerstag, 14. November

JavaScript User Group – ab 19:00 Uhr in der Hermann-Mende-Strasse 4.

C++ User Group – ab 19:00 Uhr bei LogMeIn. Talk: Georg Bannasch “Expressive functional C++”. Functional programming offers great concepts to write expressive code. In this talk he wants to present a few (mostly very basic) functional techniques that are easily applicable in C++. He will discuss their advantages based on hands-on coding examples with a special focus on how they can make C++ code more expressive and succinct.


Montag, 18. November

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 19. November

Gophers Meetup – findet ab 19:00 Uhr bei Staffbase GmbH statt.


Montag, 25. November

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 26. November

AWS User Group – Special Edition on Container – ab 17:00 Uhr im SLUB.

Ansible Meetup Dresden – ab 17:00 Uhr an der TUD.

30. Oktober

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Fixed #945 Cancel search mode while the search field is empty (#946)

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Added Github sponsorship details

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Fixed re-setting of url copy or open after each application launch (fixes #989)
  • Using class properties
29. Oktober

Github Push to hicknhack-software/QtJsonSerializer

  • Corrected jsonserializer.qbs: library for Android will now be built as static library instead as dynamic one as before.
  • Merge pull request #6 from codezeug/feature/qbs_project_3.4.0_patch_for_install
    Corrected jsonserializer.qbs (Android as static library)
28. Oktober

Github Push to MacPass/MacPassUpdates

  • Using correct URL instead of old repository redirect

Github Push to MacPass/MacPassUpdates

  • added 0.7.10

Github Push to MacPass/macpass.github.io

  • Updated to 0.7.10

Github Release 0.7.10 MacPass/MacPass

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Updated contributors

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Added entitlements file for codesigning
  • Bumped to 0.7.10

Github Push to arBmind/redmine_hourglass

  • added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • Fixed error and used more compact notation
  • Merge pull request #120 from mstarke/feature/fix_print_layout
    added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Merge pull request #121 from mstarke/feature/fix_query_form_mangle
    fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Preparing 1.1.2 Release
  • Merge pull request #122 from mstarke/release/1.1.2
    1.1.2 Release
  • bumped to develop version
  • Reformatted change log to adhere to standard

Github Push to hicknhack-software/redmine_hourglass

  • Merge tag '1.1.1' into develop
    1.1.1
  • restored development version
  • added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • Fixed error and used more compact notation
  • Merge pull request #120 from mstarke/feature/fix_print_layout
    added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Merge pull request #121 from mstarke/feature/fix_query_form_mangle
    fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Preparing 1.1.2 Release
  • Merge pull request #122 from mstarke/release/1.1.2
    1.1.2 Release

Github Push to arBmind/redmine_hourglass

  • Merge tag '1.1.1' into develop
    1.1.1
  • restored development version
  • added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • Fixed error and used more compact notation
  • Merge pull request #120 from mstarke/feature/fix_print_layout
    added dash between activity and issue name in report
  • fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Merge pull request #121 from mstarke/feature/fix_query_form_mangle
    fixed issue where changes to a form would corrupt the input elements
  • Preparing 1.1.2 Release
  • Merge pull request #122 from mstarke/release/1.1.2
    1.1.2 Release

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • all traits are now constexpr variables, types are no longer wrapped by default, new ADL for string17, fast constexpr same implementation, some cleanup of headers

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • all traits are now constexpr variables, types are no longer wrapped by default, new ADL for string17, fast constexpr same implementation, some cleanup of headers

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • all traits are now constexpr variables, types are no longer wrapped by default, new ADL for string17, fast constexpr same implementation, some cleanup of headers

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • all traits are now constexpr variables, types are no longer wrapped by default, new ADL for string17, fast constexpr same implementation, some cleanup of headers
25. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • Implementing deduction guide
    To prevent this warning in clang:
    warning: 'Tuple' may not intend to support class template argument deduction
    Tuple.h:79:8: note: add a deduction guide to suppress this warning
  • Merge pull request #19 from basicpp17/MaxMatti-patch-1
    Implementing deduction guide
24. Oktober

Github Push to hicknhack-software/QtJsonSerializer

  • Added possibility to control the installation and -directory from a referencing project.
    Changed Product into Library item because Library have some handy default properties.
  • Merge pull request #5 from codezeug/feature/qbs_project_3.4.0_patch_for_install
    Added possibility to control the installation and -directory
22. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • allow for more complex opaque types

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • fix qbs profile name for azure
13. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • added _index template to work arount old posix function (index in strings.h)
    (cherry picked from commit 4f5be8fb2a522b9f5471bb3d7423f8fd32929ddc)
  • fixed clang build for tuple structured bindings
12. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • simplified structured bindings and added rvalue support
9. Oktober

Github Push to MacPass/MacPass

  • Updated Sparkle to 1.22.0
7. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • use std::declval to accumulate types that are not constexpr
  • support inheritance of the variant (by not initializing members mith derived types)
6. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • use std::declval to accumulate types that are not constexpr

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • simplified align computation
4. Oktober

Github Push to basicpp17/basicpp17

  • remove unused header
  • specialized tuple for empty type list, to avoid sfinae madness
  • splitted constructor tests and added support for ambigious initialization and rvalues
  • removed unable functions from empty tuple
  • fix vs2019 giving up on compiling certain tuples
  • restored implicit tuple constructors with all values (too useful for convenience)
  • simplified align computation
1. Oktober
Natalie Häsner

Blog Post Oktober 2019 Übersicht der IT-Events in Dresden

Veranstaltungsübersicht für den Oktober 2019


Dienstag, 1. Oktober

IT & Web Treffen am Abend – ab 19:00 Uhr bei Impact Hub wird mit einer Vorstellungsrunde mit Namen und 3 Hashtags gestartet. Anschließend kann jeder ein aktuelles Thema einbringen.


Mittwoch, 2. Oktober

Dresdner Unix-Stammtisch – ab 19:00 Uhr.


Donnerstag, 3. Oktober

PHP User Group Dresden – ab 18:30 Uhr. Benötigt einen Veranstaltungsort.

Dresden Perl Morgens – ab 20 Uhr im Newtown Bar wird Support rund um Perl-Einstiegsthemen geboten.


Freitag, 4. Oktober

PHP User Groul Dresden – Xdebug workshop mit Derick Rethans findet am um 10:00 Uhr bei Fortunaglobe GmbH statt.


Montag, 7. Oktober

AWS User Group – ab 14:00 Uhr bei T-Systems Multimedia Solution und dann ab 18:00 Uhr.

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 8. Oktober

TYPO3 User Group – ab 19:00 Uhr wird bei Davitec GmbH über TYPO3-Themen gesprochen.


Mittwoch, 9. Oktober

VueJS Dresden- ab 19:00 Uhr bei Impact Hub wird Live Coding- Build up a NuxtJS Blog mit Markdown Files und Component Library and Snapshot Testing with Storybook for Vue mit Philipp Munzert vorgestellt.

Linux User Group – findet ab 20:00 Uhr im GAG 18 statt.


Donnerstag, 10. Oktober

JavaScript User Group – ab 19:00 Uhr in der Hermann-Mende-Strasse 4.

C++ User Group – ab 19:30 Uhr im SLUB. Talk: Andreas Weis “Taming dynamic memory”
In this talk we will explore how custom allocators can be used to overcome those issues. We will explain how basic allocation techniques like pooling and monotonic allocation behave with regards to performance and reliability. We will take a look at some of the technical challenges behind allocators, like the different forms of alignment and the way that the standard library manages stateful allocators.

Andreas Weis


Freitag bis Sonntag, 11.-13. Oktober

Developer Open Space – lädt aus ganz Europa nach Leipzig ein. Technische Themen, die von der Community vor Ort diskutiert werden, reichen von A–Z, also von Android bis Windows. Aber auch Themen wie Data Science, Maschinelles Lernen oder Psychologie findet man hier.

DevOpsCon


Montag, 14. Oktober

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Donnerstag, 17. Oktober

KI-Stammtisch – ab 19:00 Uhr bei Impacrr Hub Dresden wird alles Rund ums Thema KI und ML diskutiert.


Montag, 21. Oktober

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 22. Oktober

Ansible Meetup Dresden – ab 17:30 Uhr an der Stresemannpl. 9 in Dresden.

Design Thinking Meetup Dresden – ab 18:30 Uhr bei Itaricon wird auf die Spuren guter Geschichten begeben, tauchen tief in die menschlische Psyche und entdecken wie und warum Storytelling funktioniert.

Design Thinking Meetup Dresden


Mittwoch, 23. Oktober

OK LAb Dresden – Ab 19:00 Uhr im SLUB wird über offene Daten gesprochen und gemeinsam an OpenData-Projekten gearbeitet. Du musst nicht programmieren können, auch grundsätzlich an den Themen interessierte Menschen sind herzlich willkommen. Einen Laptop mitzubringen wäre vorteilhaft.


Montag, 23. Oktober

Dresden-Weekly – This is a weekly hackathon to push code for spare time projects forward. If you have your own project, you are welcome to present it here. If you want to make it more public we have good connections to other user groups and can help you get a slot there or create connections to other cities.


Dienstag, 29. Oktober

Softwarequalität made in Dresden – ab 18:30 Uhr bei T-Systems Multimedia Solution wird über das Thema DevOps gesprochen. Wenn Du Dich für das Thema DevOps interessierst oder ebenfalls bereits Erfahrungen gesammelt hast, dann bist Du herzlich Willkommen zu unserem Austausch.