Boost is an extremely popular open source C++ library that contains many
components that should speed up the development of your applications. In
addition to being extremely comprehensive it is also licensed under a very
permissive license. As such developers often treat it is part of an unofficial
extension to ...
Vim is a text editor that sparks passionate debate between people. Some love it,
some hate it and others ignore it. But for those who love it you can make it do
some incredible things and that is what this article is all about.
This article will run you through the installation instructions for AMD’s
Catalyst graphics card drivers on Arch Linux. Since the drivers have been
removed from the main repositories in Arch Linux installing them has become
somewhat more difficult. Hopefully this article will present the simplest
and quickest way to ...
I’d like to take the time to announce a new Platform as a Service (PaaS)
offering that is aimed squarely at functional programmers. As far as I am
aware Storm Cloud Systems is the first operator that is targeting this market directly.
Storm Cloud Systems is currently in development ...
I have become increasingly frustrated with Wordpress as a blogging platform. The
fact that it only supports MySQL (and MySQL compatible databases) is a major
problem since I have wanted to move all my websites over to PostgreSQL for a
long time. Until now Wordpress has always held be back ...
It has become obvious that since Oracle bought Sun Microsystems that
they are not at all interested in open source software. Their handling
of Hudson and OpenOffice.org are clear cases in point. I feel that the
same is true of MySQL (and many others if the number of Linux ...
Update: This article originally used the GRUB 2 bootloader to dual boot with
Windows 8. This ended up being needlessly complex and could lead to
accidently breaking your Windows 8 bootloader. The new version of the article
uses Gummiboot instead because of the ease of use.