Setting up Objective-C on Ubuntu

This tutorial will explain how to set up environment for successful building Objective-C applications on Ubuntu for total beginners (without Apple machine) :). It’s based on this step by step wizard: Getting started with Objective C on Ubuntu. We can’t use default Cocoa implementation from iOS, instead we have another implementation suitable for Linux: GNUstep. Needed […]

Ubuntu 11.10 Released

In an earlier release Ubuntu introduced a desktop environment Unity, which was accepted by Linux users very differently. I was writing about bad user experience with Unity and some drawbacks in one of my posts: It’s time to go open source. Oneiric means “dreamy”, and the combination with Ocelot reminds me of the way innovation happens: […]

It’s time to go open source

About a two months ago I successfully replaced Windows 7 with open source operating system. Yes, Linux. At first I was very excited about Ubuntu, which is based on Debian, but Ubuntu 11.04 release has some “improvements”. I refer to Unity, next evolutionary step in Gnome desktops aiming on touch screen devices. First impression is everything […]