C++ Project Maintenance: Cmake and Conan by Example

Can too much choice be a disadvantage? Build systems and dependency management for C++ sometimes might give the impression. Ever cloned a repository and had a really hard time to build the project? Chances are that the build scripts were over engineered or used a build system one was not familiar with. In this post I try to sum up how I currently manage my C++ based projects with an in my opinion reasonable amount of effort.

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Hardware Video Transconding on the Raspberry PI 4 and AMD Graphics

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OnePlus Nord: Did I Jump Aboard the Hype Train?

Chances are most people coming across this post have already heard about this new phone. OnePlus certainly managed to capture a lot of media attention. It just so happens that I was in the need of a different phone and bought a Nord as well. I’d like to share some of my thoughts in this blog post about why I chose this phone and what my experience has been since receiving the Nord.
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Raspberry Pi 4 as a Nas: How to Reach the 110 MB/s Read and Write Performance

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Amd Ryzen 7 3700x AKA Zen 2 - a Brief Review

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How to Over-Engineer Home Automation (Or Also Called Not-Invented-Here Syndrome)

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2010s in Review: From Eating Raspberries, to Working out in the Alps and Hacking on Amazing Software

This decade has been truly amazing from a technological point of view. Bridging the gap between sports and technology by introducing e-bikes, drones and fitness gadgets. Pushing the maker community forward with the introduction of the Raspberry Pi. Changing how we work with software thanks to containers and other extremely clever innovations. Let’s have a look at some of these achievements.

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