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Developer Linux News for Dec 31, 2009

  • MonoDevelop: Visual Studio Lite for the Linux Developer (Dec 31, 2009, 19:18)
    DevX: "MonoDevelop is an open source integrated development environment for Linux platform users. This IDE is a replica of the original Microsoft .NET editor and also contains Windows support."

  • Release Early, Release Often, Adopt Slowly (Dec 31, 2009, 16:17)
    OStatic: "Things move pretty fast in the open source development world. A new kernel release comes out around every three months. Projects like GNOME, KDE, and PostgreSQL pop out releases every six months..."

  • A short tutorial on linux dialog utility (Dec 31, 2009, 14:47)
    UNIX BASH scripting: "'dialog' is a utility for building console-based 'front ends' in UNIX like operating systems. In this brief tutorial I am mentioning the usage of few important basic controls available with this 'dialog' utility and later I have created a very simple front end application in UNIX bash scripting using dialog."

  • Making a game with Ogre 3D (Dec 31, 2009, 10:32)
    Matthew Casperson's Hubfolio: "This tutorial series steps you through the process of creating a 3D shoot'em'up game using the popular and powerful Ogre 3D engine. The tutorials compile on both Windows and Linux."

  • Internet Acceleration Appliance - Speeding up the Internet (Dec 31, 2009, 08:32)
    Internet Acceleration Appliance: Here is an interesting project, a preseed Debian caching proxy server and network analyzer, the Internet Acceleration Appliance.

  • A Test-Driven Development Stack for Java: Maven, Jetty, Mockito, and JAX-RS (Dec 31, 2009, 04:32)
    Gamelan: "Afterwards, the project manager gathered all the other developers in a separate room and told them flat out: "We do not have time to write unit tests, so just disregard everything he said.""

  • New Release: Multimedia GNU/Linux juntaDados 1.04r2 (Dec 31, 2009, 00:32)
    JuntaDados: New release of juntaDados Multimedia GNU/Linux...juntaDados works to simplifies the creation of Linux-based multimedia workstations for social projects in Brazil like Pontos de Cultura.