Archiwum z Czerwiec 2010

Billing’s new face: High performance at a lower cost

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

Connected Planet: “For operators having to upgrade billing systems, expensive hardware is often no longer an option, and for that reason they are looking to low-cost Linux-based systems that deliver more bang for the buck.”

25 IT Job Sites and a Winning Formula

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

Datamation: “Yes, the IT job market is tough these days.

It’s a far cry from the late nineties, when just showing up with a pulse earned you a signing bonus.”

Restart Windows Services from Your Linux PC

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

Lifehacker: “If you’ve ever wanted to remotely restart a service on your Windows PC from your Linux machine, the Command-Line fu web site has you covered with the quick and easy command to use.”

Firefox Update Gives Flash 45 Seconds, Then Pulls the Plug

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

Wired: “Mozilla has released Firefox 3.6.6, an incremental update which tweaks the way the browser handles misbehaving plug-ins, giving Flash and other plug-ins 45 seconds to respond, or else get shut down.”

Cloud Computing: 10 Intriguing Things You Should Know About Google TV

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

eWeek: “Google spawned more questions than it provided answers with its introduction of Google TV May 20 at Google I/O. The initial demo was a two-hour plus affair fraught with technical difficulties mostly as a result of dodgy Internet access.”

Report: Living Dead KDE3, the Trinity Tales

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

They keep trying to kill KDE3, but it refuses to…

The New, Need-Driven Browser Choice Model

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

It used to be relatively easy for people to pick which browser to use, and one of the reasons that Microsoft’s Internet Explorer still has dominant browser share is simpy that it came bundled with millions of copies of Windows on new computers. Firefox, more than any other browser of the last several years, made it a bit more complicated to decide on a browser. If you placed value on its extensions, which are hugely useful, it made more sense to use than Internet Explorer…

Guido on the history of Python

środa, 30 Czerwiec 2010

Python creator Guido van Rossum has been writing a series on the history of the language; the latest installment is titled From List Comprehensions to Generator Expressions”. “Why the differences, and why the changes to a more restrictive list comprehension…

Programming with Scratch

wtorek, 29 Czerwiec 2010

As a homeschooling parent, I’m a big fan of educational software and I’ve written quite a bit about about various programs in the past.

Google testing new menu for Chrome

wtorek, 29 Czerwiec 2010

Google has begun testing a new “Unified Menu” in the latest developer channel (a.k.a. the Dev channel) …