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Miscellaneous Hacks and Recipes: Appendix A - iPhone Open Application Development
Appendix A: Miscellaneous Hacks and Recipes
by Jonathan Zdziarski
[July 27, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Getting Started with Applications: Chapter 2 - iPhone Open Application Development
Chapter 2: Getting Started with Applications
by Jonathan Zdziarski
[July 27, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Getting Started with the iPhone SDK: Chapter 1 - iPhone SDK Application Development
Chapter 1: Getting Started with the iPhone SDK
by Jonathan Zdziarski
[July 27, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Mobile Web Development: Chapter 11 - Mobile Design and Development
Chapter 11: Mobile Web Development
by Brian Fling
[July 20, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Parrot Reference: Chapter 11 - Perl 6 and Parrot Essentials
This book is an unparalleled sneak-peek of what's coming in the widely-anticipated Perl 6. It uncovers groundbreaking new developments in Parrot--the interpreter engine that will execute code written in the new Perl 6 language and the most revolutionary...
by Allison Randal, Dan Sugalski, Leopold Tötsch
[July 15, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Building the New Age of Participation - The Art of Community
Building communities is vital today, whether it's to build a reliable support network, serve as a valuable source of new ideas, or provide a powerful marketing tool. In The Art of Community, you'll learn about the broad range of talents required to recruit, motivate, and manage community members. The book takes you through the stages of community, and covers topics ranging from software tools to conflict resolution skills.
by Jono Bacon
[July 14, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Testing, Debugging, and Optimizing: Chapter 18 - Python in a Nutshell
Python in a Nutshell provides a solid, no-nonsense quick reference to information that programmers rely on the most. This book will immediately earn its place in any Python programmer's library.
by Alex Martelli
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

ActionScript Basics: Chapter 6 - Learning Flash CS4 Professional
ActionScript Basics - Flash Learning Flash CS4 Professional
by Rich Shupe
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Components: Chapter 9 - Learning Flash CS4 Professional
Components - Flash Learning Flash CS4 Professional
by Rich Shupe
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Audio: Chapter 12 - Learning Flash CS4 Professional
Audio - Flash Learning Flash CS4 Professional
by Rich Shupe
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Publishing and Deploying: Chapter 14 - Learning Flash CS4 Professional
Publishing and Deploying - Flash Learning Flash CS4 Professional
by Rich Shupe
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Glossary-Programming Perl, 3rd Edition
Part V. Reference Material -Glossary-Programming Perl, 3rd Edition
by Tom Christiansen, Jon Orwant, Larry Wall
[July 13, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Installing Mercurial from Source - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
Installing Mercurial from Source - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide

[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Open Publication License - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
Open Publication License - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide

[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Mercurial Queues Reference - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
Mercurial Queues Reference - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
by Bryan O'Sullivan
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Migrating to Mercurial - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
Migrating to Mercurial - Open Source Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
by Bryan O'Sullivan
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Using Erlang - Open Source Erlang Programming
Using Erlang - Open Source Erlang Programming
by Francesco Cesarini, Simon Thompson
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Network Programming: Chapter 7 - iPhone SDK Application Development
Chapter 7: Network Programming - iPhone SDK Application Development
by Jonathan Zdziarski
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Troubleshooting and Maintenance: Appendix C - iPhone: The Missing Manual
Appendix C: Troubleshooting and Maintenance - iPhone: The Missing Manual
by David Pogue
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Accessories: Appendix B - iPhone: The Missing Manual
Appendix B: Accessories - iPhone: The Missing Manual
by David Pogue
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Setup and Signup: Appendix A - iPhone: The Missing Manual
Appendix A: Setup and Signup - iPhone: The Missing Manual
by David Pogue
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Messaging and Communication - iPhone Hacks
Messaging and Communication - iPhone Hacks
by David Jurick, Adam Stolarz, Damien Stolarz
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Troubleshoot Your iPhone or iPod Touch - iPhone Hacks
Troubleshoot Your iPhone or iPod Touch - iPhone Hacks
by David Jurick, Adam Stolarz, Damien Stolarz
[July 06, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Disclosures and Source Code: Appendix - iPhone Forensics

by Jonathan Zdziarski
[July 02, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Secrets of Fireworks Photography: Hack 36 - Digital Photography Hacks

by Derrick Story
[July 02, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Could They Do It?: Real User Monitoring: Chapter 10 - Complete Web Monitoring
Could They Do It?: Real User Monitoring - Complete Web Monitoring
by Alistair Croll, Sean Power
[June 19, 2009 | oreilly.com]

A Reference Architecture for Developers: Chapter 5 - Web 2.0 Architectures
Web 2.0 Reference Architecture: about reference architectures, web 2.0 reference architecture, resource tier, service tier, client application tier, architectural models that span tiers, model-view-controller, SOA, and consistent object and event models
by James Governor and Dion Hinchcliffe, Duane Nickull
[June 05, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Modeling Web 2.0: Chapter 4 - Web 2.0 Architectures
Modeling Web 2.0: A new client/server model for Web 2.0, capabilities, services, connectivity/reachability, client applications/runtimes, users
by James Governor and Dion Hinchcliffe, Duane Nickull
[June 05, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Dissecting Web 2.0 Examples: Chapter 3 - Web 2.0 Architectures
Dissecting Web 2.0 examples from DoubleClick & AdSense, Ofoto and Flickr, Akamai & BitTorrent, MP3.com & Napster, and Britannica Online & Wikipedia - personal websites & blogs, screen scraping & web services, content management systems & wikis, taxonomy & folksonomy, more hints for defining Web 2.0
by James Governor and Dion Hinchcliffe, Duane Nickull
[June 05, 2009 | oreilly.com]

ActionScript Overview: Chapter 1 - Learning ActionScript 3.0
Learning ActionScript 3.0 gives you a solid foundation in the Flash language and demonstrates how you can use it for practical, everyday projects. Now available, an excerpt from Learning ActionScript 3.0: Chapter 1, ActionScript Overview. While you likely know what ActionScript is and are eager to begin working with the new version, a brief overview of its development will give you some insight into its use—particularly related to Flash Player and how it handles different versions of ActionScript. This brief introductory chapter will give you a quick look at where ActionScript 3.0 fits into your workflow.
by Rich Shupe and Zevan Rosser
[May 22, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Unicode Escape Sequences for Latin 1 Characters: Appendix - ActionScript 3.0 Cookbook

by Joey Lott and Keith Peters, Darron Schall
[May 22, 2009 | oreilly.com]

A Little Background: Chapter 1 - Learning SQL
A Little Background: Chapter 1 - Learning SQL
by Alan Beaulieu
[April 20, 2009 | oreilly.com]

MySQL Extensions to the SQL Language: Appendix B - Learning SQL
MySQL Extensions to the SQL Language - Learning SQL
by Alan Beaulieu
[April 20, 2009 | oreilly.com]

Types of Web Analytics Software: Chapter 10.2 - Website Optimization
Types of Web Analytics Software from Chapter 10: Website Optimization Metrics - Website Optimization
by Andrew B. King
[July 08, 2008 | oreilly.com]

Web Page Optimization - Website Optimization
Web Page Optimization - Website Optimization
by Andrew B. King
[July 08, 2008 | oreilly.com]

Getting Started with the Google App Engine
Continuing the trend started with Amazon's Elastic Cloud (EC2), Google plans to make their vast resources available to developers who wish to deploy massively scalable applications on the Google Infrastructure. In this tutorial, you'll get a look into the APIs and database capabilities that Google is providing, and how to leverage them in a sample application.
by Noah Gift
[May 20, 2008 | Discuss (5) | ONLamp.com]

Creating Applications with Amazon EC2 and S3
Cloud computing has become the new hot thing (Web 3.0?) Amazon was one of the first vendors to offer a cloud development environment, the Elastic Compute Cloud, or EC2. They followed it up with a storage capability called S3. This tutorial will show you how to set up and get started developing applications on EC2 and S3.
by Judith Myerson
[May 13, 2008 | Discuss (3) | ONLamp.com]

Does Enterprise Development Have to Be Painful? (Part Two)
After several years away from anything resembling enterprise software, chromatic accepted a challenge from SAP Labs to try their new software development platform. What lessons have they learned from dynamic languages and frameworks? Has developing big serious software truly become more agile? In this second of three articles, chromatic uses SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment to build a bare-bones application from the data model to the UI.
by chromatic
[May 07, 2008 | Discuss (6) | O'Reilly Network]

Meet The Hardy Heron: What's New in Ubuntu 8.04
Ubuntu 8.04 (code named Hardy Heron) is out, and Brian DeLacey not only has the scoop on the new features, but a look at some of the players who made it happen, places it's in use, and what machines it's running on.
by Brian DeLacey
[May 06, 2008 | Discuss (1) | LinuxDevCenter.com]

Introducing [fleXive] - A Complementary Approach to Java EE 5 Web Development
This article is an introduction to Flexive, an open source Java EE 5 application development stack. The authors have extracted a complete application template and describe its use.
by Markus Plesser and Daniel Lichtenberger
[May 01, 2008 | Discuss (0) | ONJava.com]

Puffy and the Cryptonauts: What's New in OpenBSD 4.3
Another release of OpenBSD is imminent, which can mean only one thing... Federico Biancuzzi must be out with his virtual microphone interviewing all the major players to put together a roundup of what's new and interesting in OpenBSD 4.3. Read how a nasty little bug in DHCP was caught and fixed, and all the new features you can expect on May 1st.
by Federico Biancuzzi
[April 29, 2008 | Discuss (0) | BSD DevCenter]

Spotlight on FOSS: An Interview with Mark Shuttleworth
Ubuntu is about to release Hardy Heron, the newest Long Term Support version of this popular Linux distribution. To mark the occasion, we're launching a new video interview series, Spotlight on FOSS, and leading off by chatting by Mark Shuttleworth himself!
by Jeremy Jones and Noah Gift
[April 15, 2008 | Discuss (2) | ONLamp.com]

Ruport: Business Reporting for Ruby
No one likes developing reporting tools for an application. But without them, many applications are only half-done. Luckily, Ruby has a great reporting infrastructure available to build on, and in this article, you'll learn how to use it.
by Gregory Brown and Michael Milner
[April 08, 2008 | Discuss (0) | ]

Step by Step: Using Samba to join a Windows Domain
Samba has made getting Linux and Windows systems talking to each other much easier than it once was. But there are still some tasks that are more than a little finicky. One of them is definitely joining a Samba client to a domain-based Windows network. Luckily, now you'll have a step by step guide to doing just that.
by Judith Myerson
[April 01, 2008 | Discuss (0) | ONLamp.com]

The iPhone SDK: APIs Apple Didn't Want You to Know About
The iPhone has been a hot item ever since it came out, but running non-Apple supplied software on it isn't easy. But the secrets to building a successful toolchain to create iPhone applications can be found right here.
by Jonathan Zdziarski
[March 25, 2008 | Discuss (6) | ONLamp.com]

Drupal 6.0: Installation and Basic Usage
Drupal is a best-in-class content management system that is widely used to produce highly engaging web content. In this guide, you'll learn how to install, configure, and produce simple content using the latest version of Drupal.
by Michael J. Ross
[March 18, 2008 | Discuss (5) | ONLamp.com]

Using Zend Studio for PHP Programming
Most programmers are familiar with Eclipse, and PHP programmers are familiar with Zend Studio. But, like two great tastes that taste good together, the two have now been combined into a single tool. Learn how you can use Zend Studio to make your PHP programming more productive.
by Michael J. Ross
[March 11, 2008 | Discuss (0) | PHP DevCenter]

Step by Step: Configuring SSL Under Apache
This is the first in a new series of ONLamp articles you'll be seeing over the next few months. They aren't breaking news about the hottest new technologies, they're step by step guides to common but sometimes complicated procedures you may have to tackle. In the first installment, Juliet Kemp gives us a checklist that should have your Apache server running SSL in nothing flat.
by Juliet Kemp
[March 04, 2008 | Discuss (5) | ONLamp.com]

Does Enterprise Development Have to Be Painful?
After several years away from anything resembling enterprise software, chromatic accepted a challenge from SAP Labs to try their new software development platform. What lessons have they learned from dynamic languages and frameworks? Has developing big serious software truly become more agile? In this first of three articles, chromatic explores the ecosystem around SAP NetWeaver CE and tackles the first challenge -- installation.
by chromatic
[February 28, 2008 | Discuss (8) | O'Reilly Network]

What's New in FreeBSD 7.0
After much anticipation, FreeBSD is approaching a milestone release, 7.0. As with all major happenings in the BSD world, Federico Biancuzzi, our man in the streets, has interviewed dozens of major contributors to put together this report on what's new and hot.
by Federico Biancuzzi
[February 26, 2008 | Discuss (1) | BSD DevCenter]

Developing RESTful Web Services in Perl
REST has become a widely used alternative to protocols such as SOAP, providing a simpler way to tell your server what you want to do without all that messy WSDL stuff. In this article, you'll see how to create a RESTful web service, using Perl.
by Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp
[February 19, 2008 | Discuss (3) | ONLamp.com]

A Look Back at 10 Years of OSI
It's been 10 years since the Open Source Initiative was launched, and what a 10 years it has been. Open Source has gone from an obscure and radical concept to a vibrant sector of the software landscape. For the 10th Anniversary, our faithful newshound Federico Biancuzzi talked to some of the early pioneers of the OSI (such as Bruce Perens and Eric Raymond) about where it came from and how it is relevant today.
by Federico Biancuzzi
[February 12, 2008 | Discuss (0) | ONLamp.com]

Using Xen for High Availability Clusters
Virtualization is one approach that you can take to implementing clusters. But you still have to arrange to handle failures in a high-availability environment. Here's one solution, using Xen.
by Kris Buytaert and Johan Huysmans
[February 05, 2008 | Discuss (0) | ONLamp.com]

LILO and GRUB: Boot Loaders Made Simple
LILO and Grub are the most popular Linux bootloaders. Usually, your Linux distribution chooses and configures one or the other for you, but this article provides a handy comparison of the two, and offers some troubleshooting and configuration tips if you ever want to do it by hand.
by Judith Myerson
[January 22, 2008 | Discuss (6) | LinuxDevCenter.com]

Administering MySQL Using Flex
Adobe's Flex offers a rich client-side user experience, but how do you use it to create practical applications. In this article, you'll see how to hook Flex up to a PHP backend to do some simple MySQL administration.
by Jack Herrington
[January 15, 2008 | Discuss (3) | ONLamp.com]

Shoes Meets Merb: Driving a GUI App through Web Services in Ruby
It seems like you can't say the word Ruby these days without the word Rails following automatically. But before Rails ever saw the light of day, Ruby was a thriving, robust language. So what can you do without Rails? How about connect a GUI application to a back end web service, using two powerful Ruby frameworks?
by Gregory Brown and Brad Ediger
[January 08, 2008 | Discuss (11) | ]

Cookin' with Ruby on Rails - Integration Tests
In this month's installment, Bill Walton tells the tale of how Paul and CB add integration tests to their ever more advanced Rails application. Take a look, and learn how to make your integration as well tested as the individual components.
by Bill Walton
[January 02, 2008 | Discuss (5) | ]

Creating Games in Ruby (Part 2)
Nearly every developer fosters a secret desire to create cool video games, but for most of us, the barriers to entry (knowing how to create performant graphics code) has kept us out of the game. But there are several toolkits for Ruby that can get you on your way without a Ph.D.
by Andrea O. K. Wright
[December 18, 2007 | Discuss (1) | ]

Creating Games in Ruby (Part 1)
Nearly every developer fosters a secret desire to create cool video games, but for most of us, the barriers to entry (knowing how to create performant graphics code) has kept us out of the game. But there are several toolkits for Ruby that can get you on your way without a Ph.D.
by Andrea O. K. Wright
[December 11, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ]

Introducing Raven: An Elegant Build for Java
Build processes in Java haven't evolved much since the introduction of Ant or Maven. With the ability to use scripting languages like Groovy and JRuby on the JVM, the power of a full language can be brought to bear on the build process. This article discusses Raven, a build system for Java that uses JRuby.
by Matthieu Riou
[December 05, 2007 | Discuss (12) | ONJava.com]

Building Mashup-Friendly Sites in Rails
Mashups have been the hot web technology lately. Rather than try to do everything yourself, why not present the data that makes your site special in an easy to consume fashion, and let users design applications that mix your data in with others. Jack Herrington walks us through an example showing how to create mashup-friendly using Ruby on Rails.
by Jack Herrington
[December 04, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Linux Audio Editors: An Overview
In previous articles, John Littler has introduced us to the various ways that you can play with audio at a low level in Linux. Now, he completes our Linux audio adventure by looking at tools to edit audio files, just the thing to jazz up your next podcast.
by John Littler
[November 27, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ONLamp.com]

Advanced JavaScript III
JavaScript guru Howard Feldman completes his voyage through the world of JavaScript hacking with this article. This time around, he tackles dynamic tables, switching out form elements, and putting prompting text in text boxes.
by Howard Feldman
[November 20, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ONLamp.com]

Using XML and Jar Utility API to Build a Rule-Based Java EE Auto-Deployer
In this article Colin (Chun) Lu discusses some of the complexities facing a large-scale J2EE application and demonstrates a rules-based Java Enterprise Edition auto-deployer using XStream and the JAR Utility API.
by Colin (Chun) Lu
[November 16, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ONJava.com]

An Interview with Toby Segaran
Toby Segaran is the author of Programming Collective Intelligence. We recently spoke to him about his new book and why these kind of machine learning techniques are so important in the Web 2.0 era.
by Bruce Stewart and Toby Segaran
[November 14, 2007 | Discuss (0) | O'Reilly Network]

Google Calling: Inside Android, the gPhone SDK
Google has finally unwrapped the gPhone, and rather than a product, it's a platform called Android. Today, Google is releasing an early SDK for Android and our Brian DeLacey has been given an early preview of what you'll find inside.
by Brian DeLacey
[November 12, 2007 | Discuss (7) | ONLamp.com]

Introduction to Amazon S3 with Java and REST
S3 is a file storage and serving service offered by Amazon. In this article, Eric Heuveneers demonstrates how to use Amazon S3 via its simple REST API to store and serve your own documents, potentially offloading bandwidth from your own application.
by Eric Heuveneers
[November 08, 2007 | Discuss (10) | ONJava.com]

Customizing X Window: An Introduction
Time was, everyone needed to know how to tweak an X11 installation by hand, just to get your video card to work. These days, with most of it done automatically, it's becoming a lost art. But if you want to use a tweak your keyboard mapping (or use a non-standard keyboard), modify the available fonts, or change the character set that you use, you need to understand the configuration files and how they work. Here's everything you need to get yourself started, courtesy of Frank Pohlmann.
by Frank Pohlmann
[November 06, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ONLamp.com]

The Mojo of Dojo
Few use raw JavaScript anymore if they can possibly avoid it, in the same way that few people code in assembly language. Dojo is one of a group of powerful JavaScript toolkits that can do a lot of the work for you, and Matthew Russell has put together this introduction.
by Matthew Russell
[November 01, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ONLamp.com]

Puffy's Marathon: What's New in OpenBSD 4.2
OpenBSD 4.2 is being released today, and as our faithful BSD interviewer can attest, there's a ton and a half of new features to marvel at. Federico Biancuzzi interviewed 23 (!) of the OpenBSD developers and has this massive report to share.
by Federico Biancuzzi
[November 01, 2007 | Discuss (0) | BSD DevCenter]

New Desktop Face-Off: Gnome 2.20 vs KDE 3.5
Both the Gnome and KDE desktop environments have new versions out. We thought it would be a good time to check out the differences between the two, to help you decide which of the two is most appropriate for you. Judith Myerson has all the details on what you can expect to see, as well as a peek at KDE 4.0.
by Judith Myerson
[October 25, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ONLamp.com]

What's New in Ubuntu 7.10? (a.k.a. Gutsy Gibbon)
Ubuntu is arguably the most popular desktop Linux distribution out today. On the 18th of October, the latest release, 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) will be released. Brian DeLacey offers a comprehensive history of Ubuntu and a look at some of the many new and improved features included in the release.
by Brian DeLacey
[October 18, 2007 | Discuss (3) | ONLamp.com]

The Worldwide Lexicon: Adding Collaborative Translation to Your Site
The Worldwide Lexicon is an open source project that has recently published a suite of collaborative translation tools that enable readers to create, edit and share translations to and from almost any human language. This article explains how you can use WWL to make your site or content accessible in many languages.
by Brian McConnell
[September 28, 2007 | Discuss (1) | ]

Then = Now + 1
You may take the woman out of programming, but you'll never take the programming out of Nikki Downes-Martin.
by Nikki Downes-Martin
[September 28, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

To Sir, with Love: How To Get More Women Involved in Open Source
Selena Deckelmann shares her suggestions for how to make some positive changes.
by Selena Deckelmann
[September 28, 2007 | Discuss (22) | ]

We Have the Technology to Change
Michelle Levesque fell into programming when she saw someone use technology to change a virtual world. She now sees how she can use it to change this one.
by Michelle Levesque
[September 27, 2007 | Discuss (3) | ]

Subversion for BSD With All the Bells and Whistles
Subversion is one of the leading source control systems in use today, but there are a bewildering assortment of add-ons and optional functionalities that you can integrate with it. Jeff Palmer recently implemented a full-blown SVN site on BSD, and has provided a step by step guide.
by Jeff Palmer
[September 27, 2007 | Discuss (0) | BSD DevCenter]

The Advantages of Networking Offline
We can become very accustomed to socializing via the computer. Audrey Eschright talks about how you still can't beat face-to-face interactions.
by Audrey Eschright
[September 26, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ]

The Power Users of the Internet: Forging a New Women's Movement Online
BlogHer encourages you to stop waiting for your ship to come in; go out and build your own.
by Elisa Camahort, Jory Des Jardins and Lisa Stone
[September 26, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

A Woman, in Search
We've all been in search of something at one time or another. But how many among us can say that the search led to a career-changing lawsuit? Jessie Stricciola talks about how she took on a well-known Search Engine.
by Jessie Stricchiola
[September 25, 2007 | Discuss (1) | ]

My Fabulous Geek Career
Carla Schroder talks about how her thick skin helped her create her own fulfilling career.
by Carla Schroder
[September 24, 2007 | Discuss (9) | ]

Taking the Startup Plunge
The success of meebo has been through sheer hard work and talent. The fact that Sandy Jen and co-founder Elaine Wherry are women is a small detail that neither has seemed to notice.
by Sandy Jen
[September 24, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Slouching Toward Tech
Jill Dyché is an English major who finds herself in the mysterious world of technology and who realizes that being able to analyze Milton actually still comes in handy.
by Jill Dyché
[September 21, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Interview with danah boyd
Tatiana Apandi asks danah boyd questions ranging from the fascinating work danah did to determine that Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE) is sexist to what danah does when she encounters sexism first hand.
by danah boyd and Tatiana Apandi
[September 21, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Tech Startups: A Safe Bet
How can the riskiest professional venture be the safest personal route? Shaherose Charania and Shivani Sopory take you through the upside of risking it all.
by Shaherose Charania and Shivani Sopory
[September 20, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Lowering the Veil
Making yourself visible can be one of the hardest tasks in any profession. Kirsten Jones shares her experience of coming out from the shadows.
by Kirsten Jones
[September 20, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Printing Trends in Linux
Printing has been a notoriously difficult capability to configure in Linux, but work by the Open Printing Working Group is designed to change that. Andy Oram has been examining what we can expect in the future from this initiative, which includes distribution-independent drivers.
by Andy Oram
[September 20, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ONLamp.com]

Behavior Driven Development Using Ruby (Part 3)
Gregory Brown has been testing the heck out of his dots and lines game! In the last portion of his dive into behavior driven development, he looks at custom matchers and introduces us to RCov, a coverage visualizer.
by Gregory Brown
[September 20, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Living with Technology
Mitchell Baker takes a "what have you done for me lately" approach to technology.
by Mitchell Baker
[September 19, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Process Geekiness: The Role of Face-to-Face Collaboration in Thriving Tech Communities
Obsessed with process, Kaliya Hamlin explains how this particular skill set can help build stronger tech communities.
by Kaliya Hamlin
[September 19, 2007 | Discuss (1) | ]

From Princess to Goddess: Female Success in IT
Molly Holzschlag offers herself as living proof that just being who you are will bring its own sweet success.
by Molly Holzschlag
[September 18, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ]

Stretching Yourself
Personal growth usually happens when you're feeling slightly uncomfortable. Juliet Kemp urges you to keep plowing through that feeling.
by Juliet Kemp
[September 18, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ]

Women Who Risk: Making Women in Technology Visible
Where are all the women? Tara Hunt will tell you where we all are and why she thinks it is harder to find us than it should be.
by Tara Hunt
[September 17, 2007 | Discuss (6) | ]

Inspiration: Pass It On
Gabrielle Roth speaks to how just one person being a role model can make all the difference to helping you realize your potential.
by Gabrielle Roth
[September 14, 2007 | Discuss (3) | ]

Interview with CJ Rayhill
Tatiana Apandi interviews CJ Rayhill, an amazing woman who was among the first female graduating class of Annapolis Naval Academy...and that's not CJ's only impressive accomplishment.
by CJ Rayhill and Tatiana Apandi
[September 14, 2007 | Discuss (0) | ]

Advice on Careers in Technology for Geeky (and not so Geeky) Women
Dawn Foster shares her own methods for building (and keeping) a successful career--even if you're not half the geek that she is.
by Dawn Foster
[September 13, 2007 | Discuss (1) | ]

Proud to be a "Geekette"
They say that "the clothes make the man." Read Julia Lerman's account of her personal growth being reflected outwardly.
by Julia Lerman
[September 13, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ]

An OpenLDAP Update
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) has been around for a decade or more, and OpenLDAP has been a reference implementation for most of it. But what's new and improved over the early versions of OpenLDAP? Marty Heyman clues us in.
by Marty Heyman
[September 13, 2007 | Discuss (2) | ONLamp.com]

An Introduction to Erlang
Not long ago, ONLamp readers were introduced to Haskell, a functional language. Another popular functional language is Erlang, which also features powerful features to manage concurrency. Gregory Brown recently tried it out, and has this summary.
by Gregory Brown
[September 13, 2007 | Discuss (4) | ONLamp.com]

Quick and Clean PHP Forms
You can talk about Web 2.0 all you want, but at the end of the day, a lot of the web still runs on simple form-based user interfaces. So anything that makes forms easier is a Good Thing. Adam Smith likes the HTML_QuickForm library for doing forms in PHP, and tells us why.
by Adam Smith
[September 13, 2007 | Discuss (14) | PHP DevCenter]

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