Two groups of engineers design and implement a fly-killing machine.
Forth interpreter and abstract machine illustrated in one image.
Automatically claim Packt's free e-books with a Groovy program.
Automatically claim Packt's free e-books with a Racket program.
Introducing one of the fastest download managers in the universe: aria2.
Wrapping up the fundamental design challenges for a Forth implementation on JVM.
A simple and real world lesson on programming language syntax intuitiveness
In which I tell how Ubuntu won my trust back.
Learn how to use TAB to auto-complete expressions in plain vannila Python shell.
Learn how to automatically (dump) set environment variables defined in a file.
Implement flash messages in Tornado web framework.
GUI Development in Pharo Smalltalk using Spec. It covers the layouts and tidies up the Greeter application built in part I.
GUI Development in Pharo Smalltalk using Spec. It covers the basics concepts and walks you through the building up of a Spec version of the legendary "Hello, world".
Scala is a viable alternative to Java. This guide shows how easy it is to develop ADempiere ERP customisations in Scala.
A step by step tutorial on how to use Spring Security Core to secure your Grails application.
Anybody who has been involved in developing a business application, has already exhausted the long list of frameworks/libraries in JVM, .NET and Python platforms searching for something that reduces the costs while increases the development speed. However it's almost proved to me that one should seek the answer in less explored/popular platforms. Let's meet Pharo!
Fossil is a light-weight DVCS that can be easily used on the web through the brilliant web server nginx.
Use “getopt” in a Bash script to parse long and short command line options, enforce arguments for some options and spot dubious user input.
Immutant is the new player in the Clojure web development; not a framework but the first Clojure'esque application server. Let's see how well it fits in the Clojure ecosystem.
Is it possible and worth to implement Forth on top of JVM?
When deploying a Clojure application in a production environment, it is necessary to have logging enabled to be able to, in case of any failure, track down the problem using the logs later.
“...integrate internal and external management information across an entire organization, embracing finance/accounting, manufacturing, sales and service, customer relationship management, etc...” [Wikipedia]
In open source world, communicating with members or community (which is almost always carried out by using mailing lists or forums) is crucial to a successful usage or development. Though it requires following only a few simple tricks (etiquette), failing to do so almost usually leads to hot insulting debates a.k.a flame wars.