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Rogue Wave Software's Zend Studio

Mon, 24 Jul 2017 11:52:35 +0000

The quick pitch for Rogue Wave Software's Zend Studio, recently updated to version 13.6, is "the PHP IDE for smarter development". Zend Studio 13.6, says Rogue Wave, offers 3X faster performance in indexing, validation and searching of PHP code, and it allows users to code faster, debug more easily and leverage the massive performance gains in PHP 7. more>>

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Managing Docker Instances with Puppet

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 13:40:30 +0000

In a previous article, "Provisioning Docker with Puppet", in the December 2016 issue, I covered one of the ways you can install the Docker service onto a new system with Puppet. By contrast, this article focuses on how to manage Docker images and containers with Puppet. more>>

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Getting Sticky with It

Wed, 19 Jul 2017 13:33:09 +0000

Although they might not be so good for credit cards or floppy disks, magnets are one of those things that always have fascinated me. For the past few years, I've wanted to get a set of the round Zen Magnets to play with—they're sort of like an extra science-y version of LEGOs. Unfortunately, before I was able to purchase any, the US government banned their sale! more>>

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Scissors, Paper or Rock?

Tue, 18 Jul 2017 11:05:49 +0000

In this article, I'm going to tackle a children's game that's extraordinarily complicated, with many variations, and the programming task is going to be quite tricky. Just kidding! Rock Paper Scissors (or RPS, as it's known) is pretty darn easy to simulate because there aren't really many variants or possible outcomes. more>>

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Celtra's AdCreator Platform

Mon, 17 Jul 2017 11:53:17 +0000

Mobile advertising campaigns today are often hampered by broken, non-viewable ads with a poor UX experience. An important open-source initiative aimed at solving this problem and making the web better for all is the AMP Project, which enables the creation of websites and ads that are consistently fast, beautiful and high-performing across devices and distribution platforms. more>>

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All Your Accounts Are Belong to Us

Thu, 13 Jul 2017 13:47:47 +0000

Last weekend my work phone suddenly stopped working. Not the phone itself, but rather all service stopped. I first noticed (of course) due to an inability to load any web pages. Then I tried calling someone and realized my phone was disconnected. In fact, when someone tried to call me, it said the line was no longer in service. more>>

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Applied Expert Systems, Inc.'s CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux

Wed, 12 Jul 2017 15:13:24 +0000

The contemporary data center is typified by an ever-increasing amount of traffic occurring between servers, observes Applied Expert Systems, Inc. (AES), sagely. Fulfilling the logical need to facilitate improved server-to-server communications, AES created CleverView for TCP/IP on Linux, now at v2.7. CleverView provides IT staff access to current and more>>

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Sysadmin 101: Alerting

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 10:59:17 +0000

This is the first in a series of articles on system administrator fundamentals. These days, DevOps has made even the job title "system administrator" seem a bit archaic, much like the "systems analyst" title it replaced. more>>

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Android Candy: Exploding Kittens!

Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:18:39 +0000

I don't very often play games. I know that seems odd, because I do often write about gaming. Honestly though, I very rarely actually take the time to play video games. Recently, however, there has been an exception to that rule. more>>

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Mistral Solutions' 820 Nano SOM

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 14:56:57 +0000

One of the smallest System on a Module (SOM) solutions currently available in the market—measuring a mere 51mm x 26mm—is Mistral Solutions' 820 Nano SOM. The company predicts that its new 820 Nano SOM solution is "destined to be a preferred SoM in the industry". more>>

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Linux for Everyone—All 7.5 Billion of Us

Thu, 06 Jul 2017 10:58:39 +0000

Linux has long since proven it's possible for one operating system to work for everyone—also that there's an approach to development that opens and frees code so everyone can use it, improve it and assure its freedoms spread to everyone doing the same. more>>

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Analyzing Videos for Fun and Profit

Wed, 05 Jul 2017 10:46:26 +0000

People's phones and all of the various sensors that may be built in to them is a source of scientific data logging that almost everyone carries around. Although the selection of sensors varies from phone to phone, they almost all have a camera. In this article, I take a look at a piece of software called Tracker that can be used to analyze videos you take of experiments. more>>

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eCosCentric Limited's eCosPro

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 13:25:52 +0000

In contrast to general-purpose operating systems for the Raspberry Pi, the new eCosPro from eCosCentric Limited is a lightweight, multithreaded, industrial-strength RTOS delivering reduced latency with bounded response times. eCosPro's resource requirements are a fraction of those demanded by a general-purpose OS and maximize the RAM resources available to applications. more>>

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FreeDOS Is 23 Years Old, and Counting

Fri, 30 Jun 2017 20:49:57 +0000

The FreeDOS Project has just reached its 23rd birthday! This is a major milestone for any free software or open-source software project. more>>

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J. and K. Fidler's Cut the Cord, Ditch the Dish, and Take Back Control of Your TV (Iron Violin Press)

Fri, 30 Jun 2017 16:05:09 +0000

Prospective TV cable-cutters, even those with technical abilities, often are flummoxed in the face of choosing between all of the content options and new technologies available. Reliable sources of complete and neutral information in this space are hard to find, and the fun evaporates rapidly when you're faced with hours of stumbling through forums and strings of searches. more>>

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