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Microsoft Launches Open Source Programming Language ‘Bosque’

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This language is designed to improve developer productivity and software quality with a range of new compilers and tool experiences Microsoft has introduced a new...

IBM Launches Quarks, an Open Source Development Tool

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IBM has launched a new open source development tool, Quarks, enabling programmers and manufacturers in creating applications on top of connected devices IBM has made...

Network Monitoring and Programming Using Python

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Python scripts and APIs can be tailor made into effective network monitoring and forensics tools. Their versatility makes them ideal in assorted applications including...

FOSS Skills that will Get You Hired This Year

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The FOSS appeal seems to be growing. Industry pundits reveal that open source skills can be a great differentiator for aspiring tech candidates in...

Poll Results: Common Myths about Software Developers

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Welcome back to the poll results where we let our readers know which way the votes went, on the hottest topics in the open...

Jumpstart Linux Kernel Module Programming

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Here's an introduction to the Linux kernel module, along with an explanation on how to write a simple pluggable module to the Linux kernel...

Secure Your PHP Application

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In the open source world, PHP programming is always given first preference due to its availability and flexibility. It is a powerful server side...

Use CoffeeScript To Write Your JavaScript

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JavaScript has become the lingua franca of the Web and has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Many frameworks and technologies have...

Bluefish-The Feature Rich Editor

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This light and fast open source editor, best suited for Web development, is available across multiple platforms and supports many programming languages. The editor...

Joy of Programming: Why is a Software Glitch Called a ‘Bug’?

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In this column, we've always covered unusual and interesting technical topics. This month, we discuss the word "bug", and the history behind its use...