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 Post subject: Gnome University Project (GU)
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:57 pm 
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GNOME University
Gnome University Project (GU) is an effort by Christian Hergert to push people in Gnome developing. GU is all about C and Gnome technologies, but it also a nice way to start learning C programming within a big scale project.

GU is still on early stages and it is a work in progress but there is already a repository with some beginner chapters.

Christian says: ” GnomeUniversity is an effort to get more community members comfortable with the C language and the GNOME platform. Understanding a least a bit of C can go a long way towards helping developers write better code in a multitude of languages.

GNOME libraries are often written in C, and doing so allows for easy integration with higher level languages such as Python, Ruby, C++,JavaScript, and more. We should be encouraging application developers to use whatever language they are comfortable with, while providing all of the same APIs to the various languages.

  • Introduction to C
    • anatomy, integers, multiplication
    • floating point with doubles
    • conditionals with if, else if, else.
    • char, while loops
    • do/while, switch/case
    • functions
    • for loops
    • TODO ...
  • GLib
    • TODO ...
  • GObject
    • TODO ...
  • Gtk
    • TODO ...
  • Gio
    • GDBus
    • GFile I/O
    • Network/Socket programming
    • Asynchronous I/O
    • TODO ...
  • GStreamer
    • TODO ...

A few basic Gtk examples are up now:

The "TextBook"

For more information:

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