Linux has always been an open OS with unlimited freedom — a playground for noobs, neckbeards and alike. For it's sheer power to run on any architecture with a unified kernel, robust file systems (Ext2/Ext3, Btrfs and XFS), system snapshots, to fastest file/folder lookup, it empowers enterprise servers, mobile phones, cloud architecture, deep space exploration among other things. Having worked on UNIX, Mac OSX, and M$ Windows earlier, my eccentric expeditions somehow gravitates back to Linux after subsequent failures with Red Hat 6.
Reactive frameworks and libraries have taken web and mobile application development to a whole new plateau. Leveraging advanced browser DOM manipulation where conventional frameworks and libraries fall short, here we take a brief look into three popular frameworks. So why reactive frameworks/libraries?
It's a technological struggle where everything is at your finger tips yet we seek convenience and accessibility in all walks of life. This reminds me of…
There are three roads to ruin; women, gambling and technicians. The most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians.
~ Georges Pompidou
Comedy has never been a genre that moved me unless it was genuine, spontaneous and definitely not if it was soft comedy. When it comes to Black humor nobody can outperform George Carlin in his prime word-smith satire as he debunks the language of politics and euphemism at National Press Club conference held in Washington DC (1999).
Now folks, no politics or euphemism in what you're about to read. Unfortunately couldn't find any transcript of this conference, so, tailored one. Fast forwarding 10-15 minutes and George begins with his legendary rant:
This blog post has tweaks, snippets or fixes not in their detail versions but aid in rapid prototyping during development. Focused around Drupal 7, Wordpress, jQuery, Zurb Foundation and LAMP.