This week on UnixReview.com: Security+ test review, plus examples, and a look at CherryPy, a Python framework.Â (Programming frameworks are all the rage lately, what with Ruby on Rails defining an otherwise nearly-unused language.)
Speaking of Ruby being nearly unused, it makes me glad we no longer need an entire Ruby system just to keep ports in decent shape.
When you talk about Ruby “being nearly unused” it feels like when the Linux folks are repeating all around that BSDs are already dead. :) Different people, different needs (and everything is about the right instruments, dude). ;-)
Hm, nearly unused, really?
Do you ever been in Europe or Japan?
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