KDE Development (2002 – 2011)


I wanted to improve my C++ skills and I loved at the time to develop desktop GUI’s, and as a KDE user since the 1.0.x release learning the Qt toolkit was the obvious option. After spending some weeks tinkering with the Qt libraries I started developing KNetworkConf, a network configuration settings module for KDE 3.x, which later was included by default in various Linux distributions like Mandriva, PCLinuxOS and Kubuntu.


Some years later I worked on improving RSIBreak (Repetitive Strain Injury break program), fixing some bugs and adding some new features.

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