Because I am sure there is more than one person who wondered if they could run multiple websites on a single IP address. I know […]
Tired of trying to figure out how to determine if a string is an URL or not? Well this site shows you how to implement […]
Finally an explanation of those funny little messages showing up on my screen when I turn the computer on.
In part four of this series of interviews with Bjarne Stroustup (C++ fame) he discusses his methodology for coding which unsurprisingly he mentions that he […]
Almost a year old, but gives some good ideas about how you would go about building your own media box. Linux never stops.
I really need to set something like this up at home. So much important information that I lay in the hands of the computer gods […]
I guess today is COBOL day. This wonderful university has been kind enough to publish some useful resources and exercises to help us all better […]
Because you never know when that OOP knowledge willcome in handy while you slaving away on code made in the 70’s on a mainframe from […]
OSNews has posted a review of theKompany’s new Python IDE, BlackAdder. Personally, I am waiting till they re-implement Ruby support.
Milbertus discusses his adventures with the new Subversion and surprisingly finds that it works well with Windows. I once tried to get a CVS server […]
An interesting discussion concerning what are 5 must read books for every student. Warning though, after reading the thread I found that I had a […]
IT Conversations has now added transcripts to some of their conversations. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out this great resource for anyone […]