The folks over at Full Circle Magazine have release yet another issue 🙂
Command and Conquer – Resizing Images With FFMPEG.
- How-To : Program in C – Part 6, Web Development – Part 3,
- Installing CrunchEEE To The EEE PC, and Spreading Ubuntu.
- My Story – Making The Switch
- Book Review – Ubuntu For Non-Geeks 3rd Edition
- MOTU Interview – Emanuele Gentili
- Top 5 – DVD Rippers
- PLUS: all the usual goodness…
brian d foy and crew release another amazing Perl Review magazine issue. If you haven’t subscribed yet, please please do so, it is a treasure trove of information! You can even claim the subscription on your 2009 taxes as a business expense. How cool is that?!?
The ISUG Technical Journal Sep/Oct 2008 is out.
This issue contains:
- Sybase IQ and Sybase WorkSpace Part II By Mike Crocker
- Perl in the shell By Jason Froebe
- Taming the process nightmare: Consolidating a Horde of Process Diagrams with PowerDesigner By Mike Nicewarner
- Information overload: Weapons-grade data analysis comes of age By Teresa Foster
- Maximizing PowerBuilder and SQLAnywhere Part III SQLAnywhere, a PowerBuilder Developer’s perspective
By Chris Pollach
- select random (stuff) from SYBASE Command shell by proxy By Bill Grant
- Mobile Enterprise Everywhere: Taking Sybase on the road By Adrian Bridgwater
- Sybase TechWave 2008: Time for the technology tsunami
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As many of you know, I’ve been working on a free magazine regarding various database systems (dbms) called My Databases. I hope to have multiple authors in future issues covering all sorts of open source and proprietary databases.
This came over the wire from twitter:
Sterling Hanenkamp wrote a great response to the now-infamous TIOBE Index article about how Perl is on its way out. This article is the sort of thing I wish I’d done when I was doing PR for The Perl Foundation. Sterling’s given me permission to republish it here. Here’s a link to the original. — Andy (Lester)
I’ve been taking DDJ for a couple years now. It’s cheap and occasionally has something interesting in it, but it’s been less interesting than I remember it being when I read it in college. I’ve been much more enamored with the Communciations of the ACM. Today, I received my issue and there’s an interview with Paul Jansen of TIOBE Software.