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The author is a free software developer at the Fedora project, and also a blogger. He co-maintains the Fedora Electronic Lab project.

Posts by Shakthi Kannan

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Elfeed and Gnus are Web feed news readers for Emacs. In this article in the GNU Emacs series, we will learn how to use …

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Delving deeper into Emacs, this article takes a look at shells, spell-checkers, abbreviations and printing with Emacs. In this article in the GNU Emacs …

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In this article in the GNU Emacs series, let’s learn how to play games and try out some software for fun. Ten games that …

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We have been carrying articles on GNU Emacs for quite some time now. This is one more article in the series. In this next …

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Haskell, an open source programming language, is the outcome of 20 years of research. It is named after the logician, Haskell Curry. It has …

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Internet Relay Chat (IRC) provides instant communication over the Web. It is generally used for one-to-one communication or group discussion forums, also known as …

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Continuing with our series on Emacs, in this article, let’s explore basic buffer navigation, formatting, and help commands. GNU Emacs is the most widely …

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Dired is a directory editor in GNU Emacs. It opens a buffer containing a list of directories and files to operate on. It is …

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GNU Emacs, created by Richard Stallman, is an extensible, customisable text editor. While Emacs has many variants, GNU Emacs is the most widely used. …

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In this final article in the series on Haskell, the author explores how to use it for Web programming. Scotty is a Web framework …