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Developer Linux News for Jun 13, 2007

  • If LAMP Is So Easy, Why Isn't Java Dead? (2007-06-13 22:30:21)
    InfoWorld: "This is the question that Peter Yared asks in his blog, and it's fascinating given that he founded a company (ActiveGrid) based on the premise that Java was going to get shunted aside..."

  • GPL 3.0: The Questions We Should Be Asking (2007-06-13 21:45:54)
    Enderle: "No matter how we look at it, the open source movement is relatively young even when compared to a young technology market. We are learning as we go, but even so, we should be able to apply business knowledge and experience..."

  • Hans Reiser Trial Delayed Until Fall (2007-06-13 15:45:03)
    KPIX: "After meeting and informally talking with the judge who will preside over his case, computer science engineer Hans Reiser agreed Tuesday to delay his trial on charges that he murdered his wife Nina Reiser until at least September..."

  • Turn Vim into a Bash IDE (2007-06-13 06:00:09)
    Linux.com: "By itself, Vim is one of the best editors for shell scripting. With a little tweaking, however, you can turn Vim into a full-fledged IDE for writing scripts..."

  • Develop Your Own Weather Maps and Alerts (2007-06-13 04:30:07)
    developerWorks: "Using the publicly available and easily accessible reflectivity data from one of the WSR-88D class radar systems, this article will show you how to choose a location and set up weather-change alerts for a precise geographical area..."