Updating test results in QC using the QC OTA API explained

Yesterday I cleaned up and posted my example QCIntegration utility on GitHub. While it works as a standalone tool, some people might not want to wade through the code to understand or modify it. So today, I'm going to try to explain how the OTA API works by recreating the steps as a blog post … Continue reading Updating test results in QC using the QC OTA API explained

The trouble with Blogs, Wikis, and Forums

There are a lot of great tools out there for blogging, wikis, and forums. Some of them even look nice and are (somewhat) friendly to use. I like wordpress, I like blogger, I like phpBB (except for the appearance), punBB, and others forum tools. I like wikis quite a lot. I've tried a lot of … Continue reading The trouble with Blogs, Wikis, and Forums

SeaClear raster navigational charts

One of the coolest applications I've been meaning to play with for the past couple years is in a category near and dear to my heart, meaning it has to do with sailing. Seaclear is a chart plotting tool (like the very expensive C-Maps) but uses only raster (bitmapped) as opposed to vector charts. If … Continue reading SeaClear raster navigational charts