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Apr
6th

Best Programming Language

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated

Surprise—Python wins again!

Here’s the breakdown (the contenders listed below were
nominated by LJ readers via Twitter):
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Apr
5th

Tackling L33t-Speak

Author: Dave Taylor | Files under syndicated

How to script a l33t-speak translator.

My daughter and I were bantering with each other via text message this morning as we often
do, and I dropped into a sort of mock “leet speak”. She wasn’t
impressed, but it got me thinking about formulaic substitutions in language
and how they represent interesting programming challenges.
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Apr
2nd

Now Available: April 2018 issue of Linux Journal

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated
April 2018 issue of Linux Journal, Deep Dive in to the Cloud

Linux Journal‘s April issue takes a Deep Dive Into the Cloud. Articles in this issue include:

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Mar
29th

Qubes Version 4.0 Released, Purism Laptops Shipping Quickly, New Rust Version 1.25.0 and More

Author: Jill Franklin | Files under syndicated

News briefs for March 29, 2018. more>>


Mar
26th

Launching External Processes in Python

Author: Reuven M. Lerner | Files under syndicated

Think it’s complex to connect your Python program to the UNIX shell? Think
again!

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Mar
23rd

Vivaldi Browser Teams with DuckDuck Go to Enable Private Search, Memory Leak Discovered in GNOME Shell and More

Author: Jill Franklin | Files under syndicated

News briefs for March 23, 2018. more>>


Mar
7th

Building a March Madness Bracket in PHP

Author: Jim Hall | Files under syndicated

Jim Hall takes his March Madness script to the next level. more>>


Mar
4th

Why Do We Do It?

Author: Petros Koutoupis | Files under syndicated


Why does a painter paint? Why does carpenter build? Why does a chef cook? Why
does an electronic engineer design, and why does a software programmer code?
Speaking from my personal experiences, I’m going to answer those questions
with this: to
create something out of nothing. There is an art to conceiving an idea and,
when using the right tools, bringing it to fruition.
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Feb
22nd

Taking Python to the Next Level

Author: Joey Bernard | Files under syndicated


A brief intro to simulating quantum systems with QuTiP.
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Feb
13th

Shell Scripting and Security

Author: Dave Taylor | Files under syndicated


Basic ways you can use shell scripts to monitor password strength and secret accounts.

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