PHP for Non-Developers

By Shawn Powers

After years of making it clear that I’m not a developer in just
about every article I’ve written here at Linux Journal, I do have a
confession to make. I can write the “Hello World” equivalent in almost
every programming language out there. In assembly, it might have been
“1+1”, but my lack of advanced skills should be evident. more>>

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Secure Server Deployments in Hostile Territory

By Kyle Rankin

Would you change what you said on the phone, if you knew someone malicious was listening?
Whether or not you view the NSA as malicious, I imagine that after reading the NSA coverage on
Linux Journal, some of you found yourselves modifying your behavior. The same thing
happened to me when I started deploying servers into a public cloud (EC2 in my case).
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Django Templates

By Reuven M. Lerner

In my last article (February 2015), I explained how to create a simple
Django project (“atfproject”) and
inside that, create a simple application (atfapp). The
application worked in that if you went to the URL
http://localhost:8000/hello/Reuven,
you got the text “hello, Reuven”.
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Attack of the Drones

By James Darvell

Drones from Parrot featuring embedded Linux

With the price and size of computer hardware steadily decreasing, it’s becoming more viable to use embedded Linux systems to control small robots and drones. There are plenty of projects for Raspberry Pi, but not everyone wants to build a drone from scratch. That’s why enthusiasts will be pleased to hear about the new drones from Parrot.

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Physics Analysis Workstation

By Joey Bernard

CERN is the European Laboratory for Particle Physics. It has been in
the news quite a bit lately with the discovery of the Higgs Boson at
the Large Hadron Collider. Something that many people may not know is
that it also has a long tradition of developing software for
scientific use. more>>

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