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As part of my eternal project to rid myself of Google services, I've started a new "blog" (or more of a link/idea/note dump) at https://blog.nytsoi.net/. This means I'll probably stop posting here for the most part, unless to link to the real post on that site. I've already found myself visiting G+ less and less, since good content here has been getting really scarce. And because G+ on a Jolla is a pain in the ass.

Thanks for all the fish so far.
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+Katzenjammerne1's new album finally available for pre-order! \o/
The lyric video for Lady Grey taken from our brand new album Rockland. You can pre order Rockland internationally now: Digital Download-...
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Lazy sunday.
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Just can't get enough of this video, the best live set +Katzenjammer has online in my opinion. Wish their new album was here already!
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Revealed by +Carsten Munk on the #jollamobile IRC channel, here is the #JollaTablet Atom processor. "Provided that no HW changes happen."
ARK | Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3735F (2M Cache, up to 1.83 GHz) quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more.
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The best christmas present.
 
PostgreSQL 9.4 is out!  Happy Christmas.
18 DECEMBER 2014: The PostgreSQL Global Development Group announces the release of PostgreSQL 9.4, the latest version of the world's leading open source database system. This release adds many new features which enhance PostgreSQL's flexibility, scalability and performance for many different ...
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Importing moment.js into QML using Qt 5.2, part 2

I'm a perfectionist. So I tried to improve my patch for importing moment.js into a QML project to make it smaller and less invasive. Again.

Turns out it was possible! Also turns out I was wrong about QML not running IIFEs at import time. The problem was that the result just wasn't saved anywhere.

My new patch is at https://gist.github.com/Nicd/03ad7ca2599bf3d0c533#file-moment-js-diff. The gist also includes the whole file.

This time I tried not to modify the IIFE, but sadly it seems that is a necessity. First I had to rename the 'as' function to 'asUnit', and second add a Qt specific section of code to the bottom of the IIFE which correctly returns the moment variable from the function. It has to be done this way because the 'this' object passed to the IIFE is not the global object and adding properties to it does nothing. To catch the result, I added a 'var moment =' in front of the IIFE.

The patch is smaller this time, but I'm still not completely happy. If some Qt/QML guru took a look at this, it could still probably be improved further. My ultimate aim is that the moment.js code could be added into the project untouched. Time will tell if that's possible.

Previous parts of my life with moment.js and QML for reference:
Part 1: https://plus.google.com/+MikkoAhlroth/posts/c5gnV9kiy1L
Part 0: https://plus.google.com/+MikkoAhlroth/posts/Gr5PaZxDWLs
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Revealed by +Carsten Munk on the #jollamobile IRC channel, here is the #JollaTablet Atom processor. "Provided that no HW changes happen."
ARK | Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3735F (2M Cache, up to 1.83 GHz) quick reference guide including specifications, features, pricing, compatibility, design documentation, ordering codes, spec codes and more.
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I'm trying to stay "pure" QML with my app(s), so the CPU really shouldn't matter for me.
As for end-user apps written in C/C++ and using QT, there shouldn't be any non-fringe cases where the CPU family matters from my experience.
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Aw yisss, new +Katzenjammer <3
It's a summery, Clover-advert kind of handclap acoustic-pop; it's perfectly peppy and rife with mood-lifting nuggets.
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#TOHKBD reaches 200 % funding! Great job +Kimmo Lindholm, Dirk and Andrew. :)

And if you haven't already ordered your own, do it now!
Feel the best tactile typing experience possible with this full-sized hardware keyboard Other Half for your Jolla smartphone.
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  • Vincit Oy
    Passionate Software Developer, 2014 - present
  • Tampereen teknillinen yliopisto
    Research Assistant, 2012 - 2013
  • Tampereen vapaakirkkoseurakunta
    IT Support, 2011 - 2012
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Nice atmosphere and comfy rooms but the toilets have see-through doors and no locks. The bath-shower combination is awkward to use for a tall person and the water temperature constantly changed while using the shower. Service was always friendly and helpful.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The permanent exhibition on the first floor is mostly just a collection of cannons of different kinds, sorted by their age, so after seeing the first few it's not that interesting, except perhaps for friends of 18th century cannons. The current smaller exhibition about the Danish in Afganistan was instead very interesting, as was the "Danish Wars" exhibition upstairs. And of course you can't beat the price, as the museum is free for all. Overall worth visiting if you like military museums.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Very tasty, imaginative and often huge servings of ice cream in every shape and size! This is the place to visit on a hot summer day. The downside was the very long line and crowdedness due to the popularity of the place. If you are even a little bit into ice cream, this is the place for you.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
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Very good food. I loved the open grill where they made more food for the buffet. A good selection of different meats and salads. Service was very friendly and a 3-piece live band lifted the mood. Overall a very enjoyable evening.
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