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Developer Linux News for Apr 02, 2009

  • The ABC's of PHP Part 4 - How Variable Am I? (Apr 02, 2009, 23:32)
    PHP Builder: "The good thing about PHP is that this is not required, instead PHP is smart enough to work out how to handle your data automatically all you have to do is assign a value."

  • Linux Foundation takes over Stewardship of Intel's Moblin OS (Apr 02, 2009, 20:32)
    Standards Blog: "Last time, it was Steven Vaughn-Nichols announcing our acquisition of the Linux.com site, and this time it's the New York Times (no less) announcing a day ahead of time the fact that the Linux Foundation has taken over stewardship of Intel's Linux-based Moblin mobile operating system. If you've been following the mobile space for awhile, this is news worth noting, on which more below."

  • Getting Started With the Kate Text Editor: Kate For Coders (Apr 02, 2009, 15:32)
    LinuxPlanet: "Syntax highlighting is incredibly useful for any kind of coding or scripting; comments, quoted strings, code, and markup are shown in different colours. Juliet Kemp shows us how Kate supports syntax highlighting for a multitude of languages, configuration file types, and even some applications like MySQL and diff."

  • Microsoft releases ASP.NET under the MS-PL License (Apr 02, 2009, 14:32)
    Miguel de Icaza's web log: "These are incredibly good news. Worth dancing for! I know that a lot of developers inside Microsoft worked to get this important piece of code released under the MS-PL to ensure that the users of ASP.NET could benefit from the code being open source."

  • Novell sets up Netbook Linux R&D team (Apr 02, 2009, 14:02)
    EeePC: "Novell has established a research & development team specifically for developing Linux Operating Systems for use in netbook PCs..."