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Knowledge about software development using open source code. How to make money using open source. ANd how to share knowledge and cooperate with other software developers.

My own development projects are Comal80 transpiler that compile to Python, C++ and binary code. And a cross platform compiler that compile from C++ with the same framework to many different computer types of any size. Qt framework arer great, but this framework are much more cross platform. All hardware and operating system specific code and libraries are hidden as much as possible.

Linux library documentation can be found on a Linux installation in the path "/usr/share/doc". The header files are located in /usr/include and /usr/local/include. Those libraries are used for software development, without reinvent the wheel.

Development related documentation

green button W3Schools
green button Qt framework
green button Qt for developers
green button Microsoft Visual Studio Community IDE (Integrated Development Enviroment) and compiler
green button Microsoft Visuak Studio Documentation
green button Linux kernel API documentation
green button C++ reference
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Development languages

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green button Ruby
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Wikipedia knowledge

green button Wikipedia - List of programming languages
green button Wikipedia - Gnome framework
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Math and computer science knowledge

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Audio, Midi, video frameworks

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Other frameworks

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GUI and graphics frameworks

green button GTK
green button Gnome
green button KDE
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green button Kivy
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Development libraries

green button Inqlude - The Qt library archive
green button Python Pypi
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Open Source Initiative


Linux Foundation


Linux Kernel


GNU


Distrowatch


Free and Open Source Software



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