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Clichéd as it may sound, we do live in the age of the social media. It is normal for humans to gather in groups …

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Bineeta Guharoy ,one of the EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL contest winners, shares her views on why she trusts PostgreSQL to keep critical data safe. A media …

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Everybody knows how to set up a LAMP machine and get a WordPress site running, using the famous three-minute installation. But how many of …

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A telecom service provider searching for a scalable database solution to handle a humongous database, found its answer in PostgreSQL. Siddhartha Singh, one of …

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A manufacturer found migrating to Linux to be a breeze, apart from being cost-effective. Users in SMEs often have similar requirements in terms of …

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In this article, we will discuss advanced Awk functionality, including string- and time-manipulation functions, associative arrays and user-defined functions. These can be very useful …

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This article introduces you to penetration-testing of Web applications. Also included is some hands-on work with a Web-testing framework called Samurai. Penetration testing, affectionately …

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These days, almost everyone needs a website. Online business is picking up, and an Internet presence is a must for firms wanting to expand …

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The students of NIT-C, who were one of the winners of the EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL contest, share with the LINUX For You team how they …

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DbUnit is ideal as an add-on testing framework when developing applications in Java-based languages, which rely heavily on databases. This article assumes that the …