This time on the show Darren shares a heartwarming story about how a little plastic minifig saved the day using the Linux screen command. Shannon demos her favorite webcam software's motion detection features, and Jason introduces interface design using the QT SDK.
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Available for most *nix platforms, screen is an invaluable resource for anyone managing multiple SSH sessions. In this segment Darren illustrates the screen command with a story of bits and bricks.
Shannon demos her favorite webcam software for Windows, yawcam.
Jason Appelbaum joins us to demonstrate interface design using Nokia's QT SDK.