Writing Modern CMake Files

Posted on 19 Feb 2018 in C++ • 6 min read

If you are a C++ developer, the word CMake shall not be a new word for you. The first time I know CMake was back in 2009 when I join the Hector team at TU Darmstadt to develop the elevation map from scratch. At that time, I learned the basic …


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A Retrospect of my Autonomous Driving Knowledge

Posted on 07 Jan 2018 in Autonomous Driving • 3 min read

I was interested in the autonomous driving technology since 2009 where I did my Bachelor thesis at Honda Research Institute Europe in Offenbach. At that time, many students and researchers trying to analyze the camera images using the image processing algorithms and neural networks. During my Master degree, I learned …


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Fixing Warnings in Pelican

Posted on 12 Dec 2017 in Full-Stack Web Development • 1 min read

In this article, I'll document warnings that I've encounter so far.

Warning after Pelican 3.7.0 update

The previous Pelican 3.7.0 release brings some changes. The release log lists all the changes which also mentions that JINJA_EXTENSIONS is replaced with JINJA_ENVIRONMENT in the pelicanconf.py file.

  • WARNING …


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Understanding the Process Crash and Backtracing in Linux

Posted on 26 Nov 2017 in Linux, C++ • 6 min read • updated on 05 Dec 2017

We know that all software developers write a buggy software, and so do I. Writing a buggy software is inevitable since the software becomes more and more complex. The chance that we have to debug our (or other developers) software is getting higher until an artificial-intelligent-based debugger is used in …


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Building an Encrypted Website or Blog

Posted on 17 Nov 2017 in Full-Stack Web Development • 6 min read

In my last article, I wrote about how we can build a professional personal site without monthly fees. This time I would like to share how we can build our own secure website or blog. secure means here that our website uses the secure protocol (HTTPS) instead of HTTP. In …


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Building a Personal Site using Pelican

Posted on 12 Oct 2017 in Full-Stack Web Development • 2 min read • updated on 15 Nov 2017

I would like to share my experience building this site using the Pelican site generator. In the last two years, I was trying several CMS, web frameworks and static-site generators for different purposes. At the end, I found out that Pelican is the most suitable for my requirements. But wait …


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