To start with, did you know you can record a screencast on Fedora just by pressing CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-R? No? Me either. How fantastically easy is that? Once you’ve pressed the keys, you get a little red circle in the top right of your screen that indicates recording is on. When you’re done, just press CTRL-SHIFT-ALT-R again […]
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OK, first of all you need to install the gnome media apps: yum install gnome-media-apps This provides a command line tool called sox.
Recently I made a very basic screencast using the built-in tools on Fedora (how-to here). Once I’d recorded everything I realised that my trusty Mac (well, iMovie to be specific), had no idea what to do with a .webm video file. And neither did I. Sigh.
A reader sent me an interesting question the other day. They asked if polymorphism and overloading were essentially the same thing. My initial reaction was Huh? What are people being taught if they think that these two concepts are the same thing? But a quick google search revealed that yes, many, many people are struggling to […]