Lubuntu OS Contributions


January 19, 2019 by Samuel Banya


Lubuntu Welcome Center

This is the Welcome Center I have been developing for the past several months with the use of C++, as well as the Qt framework. Thankfully, it is now a fully functional one window application that is meant to help guide a new user of Lubuntu of what to do after installing the operating system.

Features of the Welcome Center

Screenshots


Welcome Center Screenshot 1
Main Screen
Welcome Center Screenshot 2
About Page
Welcome Center Screenshot 3
LXQt Monitor Settings
Welcome Center Screenshot 4
LXQt Configuration Center

Samuel Banya's Small Profile Pic Sam is a tech support analyst by day: open source developer, musician, and future guitar luthier by night. He looks forward to making his mark in the Linux community by contributing articles to make other people's lives easier, and to also provide meaningful, and open data projects.
Tags: #Lubuntu #lubuntu-welcome-center #opensource

Site Update


January 11, 2019 by Samuel Banya


Current Progress In Programming Projects, And Future Plans For Site

I have begun the new year with quite a few changes to note. I was unfortunately sick for the last two weeks, but began an awesome new job doing customer support for a software firm. I plan on sharing my adventures in learning automation tools like Selenium, and PowerShell, in order to automate some of the boring or repetitive tasks regarding customer tickets in ZenDesk, and JIRA.

I finally have the Hockey Webscraper up and running after getting the FTP side of things resolved with the web hosting site and am trying my best to still work on finishing the MTA based Express or Local App. I also worked on the Jim Davis based fan website as well.

I am actively working on improving the overall feel of this webpage to be more like WordPress in design, but still am adamant on using my own CSS styling, alongside Bootstrap.

I will use this site as an educational tool in articles that I will call "SuperUser Sam" in which I write about programming, automation, Linux utilities, Raspberry Pi, etc. I am really looking forward to this, and hope you will join me in my love to make everyone's lives a little bit easier with the use of computers.


Samuel Banya's Small Profile Pic Sam is a tech support analyst by day: open source developer, musician, and future guitar luthier by night. He looks forward to making his mark in the Linux community by contributing articles to make other people's lives easier, and to also provide meaningful, and open data projects.
Tags: #site-update

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