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Linux Magazine #163 - Print Issue

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Issue #163 (June 2014) Coding Tools

Cool tools that will change the way you think about programming.

Reactive Manifesto
Clojure
Frameworks 5
Java 8

DVD: Light Distro Sampler featuring 4MLinux 8.0 / Tiny Core 5.2 / SystemRescue Cd 4.0 / Slacko Puppy 5.6 / Clonezilla 2.2.1 / Slax 7.0.8

 

Linux Magazine #163 - Print Issue

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Cover Stories:

  • Reactive Programming: Reactive programming brings together known programming concepts to create code that responds gracefully to events, load, and unexpected occurrences.
  • Java 8: The long-awaited eighth version of Java extends the core language, adding elements of functional programming.
  • Clojure: Lisp-like syntax, a JVM implementation, practical tools, and sophisticated libraries provide the underpinnings for rapid development of modern web applications.
  • OCaml Programming Basics: Easy to learn and suitable for rapid development, OCaml shines with static typing, type checking, and low memory usage.

Also in this issue:

  • Comment: Privacy and P2P
  • On the DVD: Light Distro Sampler
  • News
  • KDE Framework 5: KDE developers turn to a new framework to create distroindependent and modular KDE libraries with standardized development guidelines and Qtlike tools.
  • Netrw: Netrw transfers data between two computers and avoids the complications of an intervening server infrastructure.
  • Survey Tools: We find which tools are suitable for online surveys and which will best help you analyze your results.
  • NixOS: The innovative NixOS makes it easy to test and deploy new configurations – on the hardware and in the cloud.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.
  • Charly – SSLScan: SSLScan determines whether security is up to date on SSLsecured servers.
  • Tripwire IDS: Tripwire is a powerful tool that watches for intruders by identifying suspicious changes to system files.
  • Perl – Testing Modules with Docker: Exploit Linux container technology with resourceconserving Docker in Perl.
  • Workspace – Remote Control: Control your Linux PC with an Android phone.
  • Scribus Desktop Publishing: A comprehensive desktop publishing program for professional layout.
  • Calcurse: A calendar and a task list help you keep track of the day’s events in the terminal.
  • Command Line – tree: The tree command provides a clear view of all your files and directories.
  • Speech Recognition: The Open Speech Initiative seeks to bring advanced speech processing to free software.
  • Kernel News: Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux community.
  • Doghouse – Open Source: “maddog” examines the real meaning and ramifications of the term “Open Source.”

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