Besides representing open source organizations like the Linux Foundation and scores of standards organizations, attorney and open source advocate Andy Updegrove is also a novelist. more>>
I'm the author of the article "Introducing Dart, the New Web Language from Google" in the March 2013 issue. I wrote the article in late December and submitted the article in early January of this year. During the time I was writing it, I was using Dart M2 (version 0.2.9.9). I made sure to have my colleagues check over my code and worked to make sure that everything was perfect! more>>
Poor telnet, it used to be the cool kid on the block. It was the program all sysadmins turned to when they needed to connect to a remote server. Telnet just wasn't that good at keeping a secret—all communication went over plain text—so administrators started switching to SSH for encrypted remote shell sessions. more>>
Back before Google was born, and even longer before it became a verb, the
World Wide Web was often searched by a little spider on a surfboard. more>>
I've owned two different Android phones since they first were released, and I eventually rooted both of them. My Droid (original) was such a popular phone that rooting it was very simple. I used my rooted Droid until it wore out and rebooted every time I slid open the keyboard. My second Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S2, is the phone I have right now. more>>
Before you say anything, yes, I know Wireshark is available for Linux. This time, however, Windows and OS X users get to play too. Wireshark is an open-source network analyzation tool that is really an amazing tool for troubleshooting a network. more>>
- Data analysis of the Bixi data
- Music discovery in different feeds
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But really just Androids. Do you develop for Android? Have you replaced your computer with an Android tablet? Are you using Android it a way no one has ever considered before? If so, we want to hear from you! Our Android focused issue of Linux Journal is just around the corner, and we're accepting article queries now. Hurry up and submit, before Google releases another version! more>>
After months of me promising Steam would be coming to Linux, it's finally here. The early verdict: it's pretty great! The installer is a simple pre-packaged .deb file for Ubuntu (or Xubuntu in my case), and the user portion of the install looks very much like Windows or Macintosh. In my limited testing, I've found the Steam beta to be at least as stable as Desura. more>>
Please see the French version of this post.
The ASUS/Google Nexus 7 arrived at my door on August 1, 2012 with a lot of anticipation from both me and the rest of the consumer electronics world. A quad-core Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA, a 1200x800 HD IPS display covered with the latest scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass and a 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera were among its most notable cool features. more>>
I received an interesting message from Angela Kahealani with a challenge: "Here's what I'd like to see in Work the Shell: a full-blown shell script template. It should comply with all standards applicable to CLI programs. more>>
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I'm often compared to the Absent-Minded Professor. I take it as a great compliment, because in the movie, he's brilliant. Unfortunately, when people refer to me as him, it's the "absent-minded" part they're stressing—not the "professor" part. more>>
Python meets science at UQÀM on the 25th of February for our 35th monthly mini-conference, nicknamed Serpentine Symbology. We’re immensely honored to host a broad array of speakers on diverse topics:
- Jonathan Villemaire-Krajden: Using NLTK
- Mahtab Ghamsari-Esfahani: PyBrain, a modular machine learning library for Python
- Marianne Corvellec: Transforming Lena with scikit-image
- Julia Evans: Intro to Pandas with IPython notebook
- Pablo Duboue: Hunter Gatherer, a 1-click search summarizer
- Derek Ruths: Using Python for large scale network analysis
- Dan Mazur: Python for high performance and scientific computing
Our regular features, Module of the Month by Rory Geoghegan and Person of the Month by yours truly, will also be part of the program. I’m particularly pleased to see the participation of Python ladies slowly increasing in our events and organization team.
Location: UQÀM Pavillon Sherbrooke, room SH-2420, 200 Sherbrooke West.
- 6:00pm — Doors open
- 6:30pm — Presentations start
- 7:30pm — Break
- 7:45pm — Second round of presentations
- 8:30pm — Free beer offered at the Bénélux just across the street
We’d like to thank our sponsors for their continued support:
See you next Monday for a great evening!
In these columns, I have covered several different scientific packages for doing calculations in many different areas of research. I also have looked at various packages that handle graphical representation of these calculations. But, one package that I've never looked at before is gnuplot (http://www.gnuplot.info). more>>
Anyone with an iPhone probably is familiar with the AirVideo application. Basically, it's the combination of a server app that runs on your Windows or OS X machine, and it serves video over the network to an AirVideo application on your phone. It's extremely popular, and for a good reason—it works amazingly well. more>>
We are conducting a free workshop for non-programmers to learn programming. If you have zero experience programming computers, this is the workshop for you. If you have very limited experience, or experience from long ago, you’ll fit right in too.When and where
Date: Feb 22-23, 2013 (Friday evening + all day Saturday, attending both is required)
Location: Notman House, 51 Sherbrooke St W
Language: English (there will be a French workshop on March 1-2, follow the blog or mailing list to see the announcement)
Registration: Attendance is limited, please read the detailed program on OpenHatch and register on Eventbrite using the link given on that page.
Want to improve the integrity of your data? Place constraints in the database, as well as in your application. more>>
Linux Journal is a proud media sponsor of several technical events in 2013. Below is a list of summits, conferences and trade shows in the month of February: more>>
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- dial-up? you're screwed!
1 year 40 weeks ago
- Projet : Sécurisation d’une infrastructure RHEL
3 years 5 weeks ago
- try installing windows xp
3 years 7 weeks ago
- learning it
3 years 10 weeks ago
- You may be able to find some
3 years 13 weeks ago
I'll be visiting my
3 years 16 weeks ago
- Linux seminar
3 years 17 weeks ago
- CLP 11
3 years 18 weeks ago
- you can go to exit certified
3 years 22 weeks ago