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Santafe College

Santafe just added a new BAS  bachelor's program of study.  5651  Programming

Started by Dan Lackey

2 Feb 15, 2016
Reply by Michael Levin

Using SQL with Node,.js

All the tutorials and books for node.js seem to use Mongo as the database.  I am not sold on 'document' databases and would like to know ho…

Started by Kevin Neelands

1 Nov 10, 2015
Reply by Lou Caudell

The advantages of a RESTfull web-based API

I need to get a better handle on the advantages of a RESTful web-based API.  People tell me they scale better than other methods, but I don…

Started by Kevin Neelands

5 Oct 25, 2015
Reply by Kevin Neelands

Just compiled Apache HTTPD for Android Using Custom Toolchain

Pretty heady stuff but now you should be able to run a full apache server on your device. Currently requires root access to copy it to exec…

Started by Jackie Gleason

0 Oct 28, 2011

Napster

I just listened to the Napster story here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p004t1hd Raises points, issues and very cogent talk with founder…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Aug 12, 2011

OSCON

OSCON is an open source conference. http://www.oscon.com/oscon2010 It starts next week in Portland, OR. I'll be there, so please look me up…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Jul 17, 2010

My Adobe AIR Marketplace Offering Approved!

I just got word from Adobe AIR Marketplace that my AIR application, Debug.a.li.cious Console, has been approved and is ready to be download…

Started by Matthew Zimmer

0 Oct 6, 2009

Can we have a "Other Languages On JVM" Group?

I like to see a Scala Programming Group. Anyone interested in?

Started by Zemian Deng

3 Jul 15, 2008
Reply by Michael Levin

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