Micromenu for Dingux

Back in 2009, some handheld gaming consoles started to show up (like GP2x, Pandora, Caanoo). But what really got my attention was when I read that someone booboo successfully compiled a Kernel and did dual boot on Dingoo-A320.

While not being a great C/C++ programmer I got excited to get involved with the community and tried to improve the things as I can. I started making some ShellScripts for some friends and one of them came up with the fact that the front-end that we used keep the RAM stuck after an application was launched.

I started a simple and customization selector in ShellScript for the limited input of Dingux. When I finished and published the script on the community forums everyone reported improvements in performance.

Feel free to check the code at my github: micromenu

Hello… world!?


Let me introduce myself: I am a 27-year-old web developer, basically in touch with computers and programming languages since I was just 5. Some of my hobbies include Electronics, D.I.Y., Old-school PC/Video games and playing musical instruments.

So… I already had blogs before, but for some reason I couldn’t keep them as I was always unsatisfied with whatever I wrote. In fact, with a lot of my projects I end up unhappy and never finish some of them.

In order to change that I am starting this blog to log my personal projects, to improve how I express myself and to practice writing in English on a regular basis.