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Developer Linux News for May 07, 2009

  • A Few Questions For Jaldhar H. Vyas (May 07, 2009, 21:31)
    Debian News: "How did you end up using Debian and becoming a DD?"
    "Because I don't actually like computers."

  • Rails 3 Gets Supersized With Merb (May 07, 2009, 18:31)
    InternetNews: "The Ruby on Rails (RoR) open source framework is about to get more modular and faster -- thanks to some benefits of its recent merger with Ruby rival Merb."

  • git 1.6.3 packages for Ubuntu Jaunty (May 07, 2009, 15:31)
    MyThoughts: "Today git 1.6.3 was released. You can install git 1.6.3 for Ubuntu Jaunty with the use of my repository."

  • Autoconf and Automake Tutorial (May 07, 2009, 12:31)
    Core Dump: "When I went hunting for autotools tutorials, they were too elementary (based on a hello.c, with no dependency check) or too long, 100 page books on autotools."

  • User Personalization with PHP: The Home Page (May 07, 2009, 10:31)
    Webreference: "In this article, we will be looking at the home page of the application. This is the first page that the user will see after they have gone through the authentication process. The page will provide links and access to the rest of the application, except the admin section"

  • Starting perl GUI programming (May 07, 2009, 03:01)
    Handle With Linux: "I need to extend my programming knowledge, I know as a system administrator, I should automate everything I need to do more than twice and therefore I need more programming skills. I've been thinking of learning shell programming, as it is the most ubiquitous in Linux systems."

  • Micro-Frameworks: Big Things in Small Packages (May 07, 2009, 00:01)
    Linux Magazine: "Indeed, the quality of Rails, CakePHP, Django, and Catalyst notwithstanding, some developers have rebuffed the large frameworks, citing bulk and complexity, to create smaller and simpler alternatives. Dubbed micro-frameworks--think microcomputer versus mainframe—the tools shape incoming requests into something manageable and leave the rest up to you."