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Turbo charge Python apps with Speed

Turbo Charge Python Apps with Speed, Part 1

Python’s ease of use, friendliness, “batteries-included” huge standard library, plus add-on libraries, make it one of the most popular languages in the FOSS world. However, as a byte-code-compiled language, it loses out on…

Let's Go!

Let’s GO: A First Look at Google’s Go Programming Language

Go is a new systems programming language launched by Google, and has received wide attention in the programming community. This article gives you an overview of this language, with some specific examples to…

Extending Python via Shared Libraries

Extending Python via Shared Libraries

Python is one of the most popular programming languages ever — its great productivity, flexibility and general-purpose nature efficiently address areas ranging from Internet applications to system uses. Much of Python’s power comes…

Because it's fun to code on GNU/Linux

Write Your Next Program on Linux

Quite a few colleges and schools still teach C/C++/Java programming on Windows — and even worse, on DOS (using Turbo C/C++)! GNU/Linux provides a first class operating system, replete with support for dozens…

Questions and Answers on C

Joy of Programming: Questions and Answers on C

Let’s look at some of the queries received from readers relating to programming in C. Q. Where are enum members stored in memory? How does the compiler generate code for enumerations? –  Ashwin…

Linux Network Stack Administration: A Developer’s Approach

This article explores the various methods of managing the networking stack using application-level C programs, kernel-level C programs, the proc filesystem, etc.

Puzzling Things About C

Joy of Programming: Some Puzzling Things About C Language!

Have you wondered why some of the features of C language are unintuitive? As we’ll see in this column, there are historical reasons for many of C’s features. Can you guess why there…

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