"LFY April 2012" tag
Bruno Georges, Red Hat's Enterprise Application Platforms Engineering group

About JBoss Application Server 7 and Goals for 2012: An Interview

The JBoss’ Users and Developers Conference (JUDCon) was held in January at Bangalore, and featured discussions by top open source developers from around the world. Bruno Georges, currently heading Red Hat’s Enterprise Application…

Internationalisation and localisation

Localisation: An Introduction

This article is aimed at language computing enthusiasts interested in using computing devices in their native language, developers interested in supporting localisation, linguists interested in understanding translation issues, and business managers exploring the…

Micro-blogging with P2

Group Micro-blogging Using WordPress

To all the Net savvy social animals out there with a Twitter, Facebook, G+ and a whole lot of StumbleUpon accounts, here is a more exciting way to get going with your latest…

Gaming on Linux

Gaming on Linux: The State of Affairs

How does the gaming hemisphere fare when it comes to the open source world? Read on to find out! All of us have played games on the computer at some time or the…

Graphs with Open Flash Charts

Draw Great Graphs with Open Flash Charts, Part 3

In the earlier parts of this series, we looked at using Open Flash Charts (OFC) to create great-looking bar charts and pie charts. In this part, let us look at how to create…

Impress.js your audience

Impress(.js) an Audience with Your Presentation

“Presentation!” The very word often triggers the reaction, “Oh, not another ODP or PPT!” In school or college, we’ve all prepared presentations for projects, assignments, fête sponsorships and to impress companies during placement…

So, which of the Open Source CMSs take it?

Winner Takes All: WordPress vs Drupal vs Joomla!

In this article, we take a look at WordPress, Drupal and Joomla! to determine which of the three CMSs is leading the race in terms of specific usage. When it comes to CMSs,…

From left to right: Pioneer robots and the Foot-bot robot

Open Source Robotics: Multi-Robot Simulators

This is the second article in a series that focuses on open source software for robotics. [Read Part 1: Open Source Robotics Software Platforms.] This time we introduce the Linux enthusiast to multi-robot…

Final output

The Art of Illusion: Creating Digital Art the Easy Way, Part-2

In Part 1, we covered what The Art of Illusion is about. We learnt how to create profile curves and tables. Now it’s time to create a wall, add texture to the created…

It pays to be a Linux 'expert'

IT Pays To Be a Linux Expert

The IT industry is expected to hire many more Linux professionals this year, and to take extra measures to retain Linux talent within organisations. LINUX For You digs into their pockets and finds…

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