Developer Linux News for Oct 14, 2010
C++ Snippets on Linux: Vectors vs. Arrays As a Better Way to Store Data (Oct 14, 2010, 21:03)
Acrossad: "You may have read and enjoyed my
recent article "C++ Snippets: Converting Hexidecimal Values to
Decimal Values." In that article, I briefly discussed a secret
project that I have undertaken that will eventually result in my
first GUI application for GNU/Linux, Windows, and perhaps even
Snakes on a Couch! Using Python with CouchDB, Part II-- Where do you want to eat? (Oct 14, 2010, 18:03)
Linux Planet: "Akkana Peck completes her
introductory series to CouchDB, one of the newfangled distributed
"NoSQL" databases. In Part 2 we learn more fundamental ways to
manage CouchDB with Python."
Java wars: IBM joins OpenJDK as Oracle shuns Apache Harmony (Oct 14, 2010, 17:33)
ars Technica: "IBM's move to take a more active
role in OpenJDK could end the company's commitment to Apache's
Harmony project, and it should dissolve a long-standing stalemate
that has hindered collaboration in the Java ecosystem."
An Unexpected Pleasure (Oct 14, 2010, 17:03)
Life at Eclipse: "Today's announcement that IBM
is going to join forces and work with Oracle on OpenJDK is good
news for Java, and by extension for Eclipse."
Android Tablets � a developer�s view (Oct 14, 2010, 16:03)
Linux User and Developer: "Linux User &
Developer talks to Tommy Forslund, producer at Swedish mobile
developer Polarbit, to see if Android can do for Tablets what it's
achieved in the Smartphone market..."
Android pushing forward... but don't ask me... listen to Gartner (Oct 14, 2010, 02:03)
Walden's Ponderings: "Here's some fun news:
"Gartner Says Android to Become No. 2 Worldwide Mobile Operating
System in 2010 and Challenge Symbian for No. 1 Position by 2014.""
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