"data structures" tag
Sed Explained

Sed Explained, Part 1

UNIX-like operating systems have numerous powerful utilities accessible via the command-line and shell-scripting, which are flexible enough to operate in a variety of problematic domains. Text processing is one of these. Among the…

Hari Vasudev

‘Hundreds Working on Open Source Projects at Yahoo!, and We’ll Continue to Hire’

Yahoo! is a brand associated with open source, particularly for its contributions to the open source community. LINUX For You caught up with Hari Vasudev, VP, Cloud Platform Group, Yahoo! India R&D, to…

Concept of transactional memory

CodeSport (January 2011)

Welcome to this month’s CodeSport, in which we discuss the concept of transactional memory, with a focus on software transactional memory. In last month’s column, we featured a bunch of questions on operating…

CodeSport

CodeSport (December 2010)

Welcome to CodeSport! In this month’s column, we feature a medley of questions covering C/C++, data structures, algorithms and operating systems. We close the year by featuring a bunch of questions based on…

A section of the Just Dial office at Chennai

Leading Local Search Engine (Just) Dials Open Source for a Growth Call!

Open source technology enabled Just Dial, India’s leading local search engine, to grow at a much faster rate and achieve a lot more than it planned for. Every business that signs on 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…

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