Month: August 2013

  • Graphical Visualization of databases with PostgreSQL Autodoc

    When it comes to software, database systems are beneficial in many ways. They offer us to keep our data organized and a fast way to access them. However as the number of components in a software project increases, it gets harder to preserve the organized structure. In situations like this, visualizing the scheme helps to […]

  • Sharing Screen Sessions

    Recently, I learned a new feature of screen, it is referred as “multi display mode” in the manual. You can attach to a screen session that is not detached and the session is simply shared. In this mode, anything you typed are transferred simultaneously to the other display(s) as well. My mentor from my Google […]

  • Quick Guide to D-Bus with Python

    Recent weeks, I dealt with D-Bus for my Google Summer of Code project. I was trying to control system services, and systemd has a D-Bus interface. In the beginning, D-Bus seemed a little confusing for me, but I believe I understand it now. In this post I will try to explain it in simple terms […]

  • A Very Delayed Update on My GSoC Status

    It has been over a month since summer coding started. Unfortunately, although I am not a procrastinator, I could not perform my best on the project. Besides following news about #OccupyGezi, I have read the Pyramid documentation in the community bonding period. Coding time has also past reading documentations. I spent my time reading and […]