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 […]
Should be considered the definitive list of linux resources. Prepare your bookmarks.
If you wish to learn Ruby, who better to teach you than the Pragmatic Programmers? These guys know their stuff and always give useful tips […]
Discussion on what it will take to replace Windows on the x86 platform. I agree with one of the members when he mentions that it […]
Some good hard to find tips on Red Hat and Fedora to help you get started with the world’s most popular distro.
Great post over at Sitepoint that shows why OOP should be used in favor of Functional Programming. This guy shows clear thinking in the sense […]
An article with screenshots (glad to see someone realizes that geeks love screenshots) giving step-by-step instructions on moving to the 2.6 Kernel.
Anyone who is tackling large PHP projects or enjoys reusing their code should definitely take a look at this. Hell, every PHP programmer should take […]