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FreeDOM 31 Oct 2007 at 1:13am A new innovative concept in creating live asynchronous webpages that work like true applications. TiTaN Code generator 31 Oct 2007 at 12:13am This application helps you to easly create your own classes without needing to waste your time writing the same code again and again How to Fixed GridView's Header and Footer when scrolling? 30 Oct 2007 at 10:52pm Using CSS, Javascript to Fixed Gridview's Header and Footer Gradients... [Read More...]

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AT&T Invents Programming Language for Mass Surveillance – Wired News 29 Oct 2007 at 7:07pm AT&T Invents Programming Language for Mass Surveillance Wired News – 9 hours ago By Ryan Singel October 29, 2007 | 5:58:18 PMCategories: Surveillance From the company that brought you the C programming language comes Hancock,... [Read More...]

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Today's Most Popular Programming Language Remains Java, But Ruby's … – SYS-… 26 Oct 2007 at 4:11am Today's Most Popular Programming Language Remains Java, But Ruby's …. SYS-CON Media, NJ – Oct 26, 2007 In the aftermath of the latest spat between Rubyists and Javaholics, it might be worth... [Read More...]

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Microsoft preps functional programming language – 22 Oct 2007 at 9:37pm Microsoft preps functional programming language, UK – Oct 22, 2007 Microsoft is preparing to release a new functional programming language dubbed F# (pronounced: F-sharp). The company has yet to issue a detailed release ... [Read More...]

Linux Video Tutorial – 1 – The Code Linux One-Hour Historical Documentary

This series of video tutorials will be on Linux. We will start with an excellent one-hour pop culture historical documentary called The Code Linux. The video covers the birth, evolution, and future of Linux. As of Oct 24, 2007, this video has been viewed 129,173 times on Google alone. Don't miss the song at the end that goes with the credits – it is absolutely awesome… Quick Overview Unix operating system was created in the 1960s... [Read More...]

Introduction to Unix

This article will be completed later. I am posting it now as a stub to allow me to go ahead and post to a sub-category Linux. Sorry for the inconvenience. Wade Harvey  Read More →

Free Web Editor – Installing Free HTML Editor Nvu

This series of programming video tutorials will be on Hypertext Markup Language, which is also more commonly know as HTML. In this first video, we will look at how to install a free HTML Editor called Nvu (pronounced "N-View" for New View). Nvu is open source and it is a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) Editor, which means it allows you to work in a Word type document and just drag images, headers, tables, and such to the document... [Read More...]

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Microsoft to Host Language Symposium – eWeek 23 Oct 2007 at 2:19pm Microsoft to Host Language Symposium eWeek,  NY – 14 hours ago In my mind, F# is another first-class programming language on the CLR." Indeed, Somasegar said Microsoft's interest in F# is motivated by several factors, …. ... [Read More...]

Perl Video Tutorial – 2 – Hello World

In this video, we demonstrate running a "Hello World" Perl Scipt using Microsoft's IIS web server and also using the Apache Web Server. IIS is only available with Windows XP Professional so if you do not have that, you can still try it using an Apache Web Server. I did a tutorial on installing Apache in the PHP tutorials if you do not have Apache installed. You need to have ActivePerl installed on your computer. Perl Video Tutorial... [Read More...]

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RE: Rambling Programming History – scottb Edition – OmniNerd 20 Oct 2007 at 11:06pm RE: Rambling Programming History – scottb Edition OmniNerd, TX – 23 hours ago So, the answer to your question is, "both". I do have preferences, but the programming language isn't really the first thing I decide on for a new... [Read More...]

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