Tag "open source"

The Emacs Series Using the f.el API to Work with Files and Directories

April 20, 2019 0

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Hyperledger Fabric: An Overview of its Transaction Validation Feature

April 19, 2019 0

Advertisement Hyperledger Fabric, a blockchain implementation hosted by the Linux Foundation, has been the subject of a series of articles in the last few issues

Hyperledger Sawtooth Architecture: Permissioning Design

April 17, 2019 0

Advertisement Hyperledger Sawtooth includes the ability to control validator and transactor permissions. This article describes permissioning in Hyperledger Sawtooth by providing a detailed list of

What’s New in Java 11?

April 16, 2019 0

Advertisement Every six months, the Oracle Corporation rolls out a new version of Java. The September 2018 release was Java 11. There’s quite a buzz

Why Mobile and Web App Testing is Critical

April 15, 2019 0

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A Complete Guide to Python Web Frameworks

April 12, 2019 0

Advertisement Web frameworks are code libraries that make Web development faster and easier. The versatile programming language, Python, has many Web frameworks like Django, Web2py,

“There are no ‘road maps’ or rigid rules when it comes to Linux”

April 11, 2019 0

Advertisement With more than two decades of history, the Linux kernel is one of the biggest and fastest developing open source projects, with about 53,600

Using mmWave to Simulate 5G Networks

April 10, 2019 0

Advertisement 5G is the fifth generation of mobile cellular technology. There are both high expectations from and fears about this technology. Generally, it is expected

Using Google Authenticator with SSH to Secure Your Servers

April 9, 2019 0

Advertisement This tutorial is about integrating the Google authentication mechanism in our servers to harden security. It guides readers on how to integrate Google authentication

Are Code Reviews a Thing of the Past?

April 7, 2019 0

Advertisement The backbone of a successful app or software is its impeccable code. This has to be kept pristine, else the app will fail. For

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