By Maximiliano Sbrocca
I currently work on a project that uses Techsmith Jing as a Corporate Tool. Jing is used to create videos for demos and to reproduce bugs on tracking tools among other things. However, Jing has one big problem: it can only be run on MAC and Windows systems. For that reason, creating a video for a demo was a tough task for co-workers with Linux stations.
After some research, I realized that Techsmith had never planned the Linux migration of Jing. After exploring different tools with the same features that Jing offers in the market, I could see that none of them fulfilled my expectations. I suggested to one of my coworkers, “What if we create a Jing Linux version using Python?” He agreed and we picked up the challenge and started the development process of LinC.