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Developer Linux News for Mar 04, 2011

  • Google's Android Spurs More App Jobs Than iPhone (2011-03-04 22:34:13)
    Business Week: "Online job board Dice.com says its listings show demand for developers of Android applications has eclipsed the desire for Apple app developers"

  • KDE developers are sticking to Qt (2011-03-04 22:04:13)
    The H Open: "Announced at the beginning of this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC), the partnership between Microsoft and Nokia will see smart phones from the Finnish manufacturer running the Windows Phone 7 operating system"

  • Saab squashes Apple for Android (2011-03-04 19:34:13)
    The Age: "Shove over, Apple. There's a new, equally smart in-car computer system in town, and Saab is not afraid to use it."

  • Linux Scheduler simulation (2011-03-04 16:34:13)
    IBM Developerworks: "Scheduling is one of the most complex—and interesting—aspects of the Linux kernel. Developing schedulers that provide suitable behavior for single-core machines to quad-core servers can be difficult."

  • openSUSE 11.4 and KDE (2011-03-04 11:04:13)
    Opensuse: "KDE fans must definitely watch out for openSUSE 11.4, which will be the first major Linux distribution to feature KDE's Plasma Workspaces, Applications and Development Platform version 4.6."

  • Apache Axis2 Web Services: Writing an Axis2 Module (2011-03-04 05:04:13)
    Packt: "In this article, we will learn that the Axis2 module provides a very flexible way to extend the Axis2 core functionality and provides quality service"

  • GnackTrackR6 Just Released! (2011-03-04 03:04:13)
    GnackTrack: GnackTrack is a Live (and installable) Linux distribution designed for Penetration Testing and is based on Ubuntu. Although this sounds like BackTrack, it is most certainly not; it's very similar but based on the much loved GNOME!

  • Build a Log Parser with Bash (2011-03-04 01:34:13)
    Bashsshell: "The idea behind a log parser is to create a loop that will check all of your required logs to return information about specific needs that you may have as an administrator. For example, with this script you may want to search a specific log for one or two text strings that are very important to the function of your system."