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Developer Linux News for Dec 08, 2008

  • Perl 6 to Break Compatibility, Support Other Interpreters (2008-12-08 17:34:12)
    Computerworld: "Version 6 of the popular Perl programming language will not be compatible with previous versions, but will open up a new world of custom "languages" and interpreters, according to its founder Larry Wall."

  • What Programming Language For Linux Development? (2008-12-08 12:04:12)
    Slashdot: "Over the years I've developed a healthy fear of everything Java and I'm not too sure of what I think of Python's use of indentation to delimit blocks. The question that remains is: what language and tools should I be using?"

  • Real Web 2.0: Battling Web Spam, Part 1 (2008-12-08 04:04:12)
    IBM Developerworks: "The arms race is on, and Web developers need to know what basic tools are available to battle spam on their Web sites. This two-part installment provides a thorough guide to anti-spam techniques. This first article explains how to assess whether a visitor is a spammer and how to organize site workflow to discourage spam."