Red Hat Magazine

by havoc

There’s a bunch of really good stuff in Red Hat Magazine that should
have gotten more attention. It really is good stuff, I’m not just
saying that. 😉 The things I thought were most interesting from a
desktop developer point of view:

Seth’s
article
can address a couple audiences; for GNOME, it’s a good
introduction to what we can do to improve usability beyond HIG
compliance. Our development process doesn’t always include the design
steps right now. For the non-desktop-developer crowd, it’s a good
introduction to “what is up with those crazy UI programmers?”

You can also learn how
gcc works
though I’m not yet convinced that I want to know this…

(This post was originally found at http://log.ometer.com/2004-12.html#20.2)

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