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Structured programming and object-oriented programming both revolutionized the way business applications are built. But other programming models exist, and some visionaries argue that those paradigms are more productive than object-oriented programming. This article explores the basics of functional programming using Haskell. Learning a functional language can reshape ways you think about Java programming.
Novell releases its anticipated SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Open Source enterprise operating system.
Road show events showcasing the new technology are due to be held around Australia and New Zealand from mid to late August. Brisbane - 15 August, Adelaide - 16 August, Perth - 17 August, Canberra - 22 August, Melbourne - 23 August, Sydney - 24 August, Auckland - 29 August, Wellington - 30 August, Christchurch - 31 August.
Michael Jang has written a new book in Bruce Perens' Open Source Series tackling the often sticky subject of Linux patch management. PCBurn has a review and a practical examination of how well the book works for setting up a repository.
Overview: Recent versions of MySQL have implemented support for foreign keys through the new InnoDB table engine. This document explains how it works.
According to a recent analysis conducted by market research firm Government Insights (an IDC company), open source software will gain momentum faster within the government sector than it will in other markets.
Review: The distro's usability and active community earn it high marks; its long-term support will appeal to businesses.
Opera Software reports that its embedded browser for devices is available for sublicensing with a Linux-based software stack for IPTVs and IP-STBs (Internet protocol TVs and set-top boxes) from Amino spin-off IntAct. Opera for Devices can serve as a platform for custom web-based interfaces, or simply allow users to surf on their TVs, the companies say.
Things are a little bit different with the public beta of Firefox 2.0 released by Mozilla last week. (A final release of Firefox 2 is expected later in 2006.) Before starting my download, I noted this interesting warning on Mozilla’s DevNews page that appeared in bold text no less:
Linspire CEO Kevin Carmony announced on the Freespire forum website July 16 that Beta 1 of Freespire has been released -- about two weeks earlier than anticipated. Freespire, a no-cost version of the Linspire Debian-based operating system, features a KDE desktop and a 2.6.14 kernel.
Enlightenment 17 or E17 as it is generally called, is a cool Window Manager for X. The latest stable version of Enlightenment is E16 (0.16.8.1). In this article we will talk about the latest CVS build available (0.16.999.023).
sudo is a mechanism of providing root prileges to an ordinary user
This rootkit affects kernels 22.214.171.124 or earlier. On the Solution tab: The vendor has released kernel version 126.96.36.199 to address this issue.
Glad to hear this
, and congratulations to all who had to work hard to achieve it. And, of course, congratulations to Malaysia and its authorities!
OSDL to Host First Ever Full-Day Event Dedicated to Healthcare IT at LinuxWorld San Francisco; Medsphere CEO Kenneth W. Kizer to Deliver Keynote
Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) Celebrates Accomplishments at Six-Month Mark Mapbender is first officially approved project; Foundation reaches hundreds of members; OSGeo presents at OSCON and GeoWeb
The Geek Freedom League is engaging in some "guerrilla branding" this month with a sticker competition. The person who finds "the most ingenious use" of a GFL sticker, will be given the choice of an iPod Nano or digital camera. Entries thus far have included GFL-branded beer bottles, pets and keyboards.
[Great idea! But why an Ipod? I mean, aren't Ipods manufactured and distributed by a company that takes from the community without giving back? - dcparris]
BANGALORE: Internet users woke up to an unusual Monday: Their favourite blogs were not available. What happened to the blogs? Slowly came the realisation that government had banned them. Banned ever-ything! Or ha-d they really?
[Here's to our kindred spirits in India! - dcparris]
Chipset manufacturer Texas Instruments has joined one of the mobile Linux alliances, in a further boost for the platform's development
To say the least...I’m impressed...and that’s without even opening up the book. Phrases like a “must have” book and “simply the best book on Fedora Core and Red Hat Enterprise Linux” jump out at you from the cover like hyperactive pinballs...
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