This article explores the various methods of managing the networking stack using application-level C programs, kernel-level C programs, the proc filesystem, etc.
The ‘make’ utility is one of the cleverest tools in the world of open source. It can be used in a variety of situations that are not just limited to programming. This article explores a little-known feature of ‘make’.
[The Joy of Programming] Most programmers don’t understand the meaning and significance of the ‘volatile’ keyword. So let’s explore that in this month’s Joy of Programming.
The JQuery library provides different options to identify an element. The power of JQuery is that it allows us, users of the library, to write our own selectors.
A tutorial on developing JSR-286 portlets for the Liferay platform.
Google Wave, Opera Unite, Firefox 3.5 and then Gazelle, everyone seems to be racing to dominate the Web. What empowers them all the more are the latest specs of HTML 5.
[Segment 3.1] We’re entering a new phase in our journey—kernel programming. In the first part, we’ll cover a broad introduction to the Linux platform for newbies, along with some history.
For database programming, the Python DB API is a widely used module that provides a database application programming interface.
Subversion 1.6.0 was released on 20th March, 2009 and included a lot of security improvements, which we explore in detail in this article.