This article by Adam D. Ruppe, the author of the book D Cookbook, goes into the details of an artefact central to the Phobos standard library with a little core language support: ranges. Ranges are user-defined objects used to build iterators over a collection of items. We will concentrate more on sorting and searching ranges, and using functional tools to query data.Read Ranges in full
In this article by Eric Rochester, author of Mastering Clojure Data Analysis, we will learn to define, conduct, and analyze A/B testingRead A/B Testing – Statistical Experiments for the Web in full
This article by Filippe Costa Spolti, the author of WildFly: New Features, will describe the activities that need to be performed, and configuration that needs to be done, on the server to execute the deployment of a simple application that will be used in this article to illustrate a basic deployment. This application will be used to accomplish a few more settings, such as context root and virtual host. Also, I will describe a little about deployment into a single standalone server and, in some server instances, running in the domain modeRead Running our ﬁrst web application in full
In this article by Jay LaCroix, the author of the book "Linux Mint Essentials", has discussed about the importance and usage of the terminal. Mint is an incredibly rich experience, and it may seem that the developers have thought of everything and included a graphical application to configure just about anything you can think of. However, for those who aspire to be an administrator of Linux systems or just want to achieve advanced skills, learning shell commands is definitely recommended. For some tasks, executing commands can actually save time. In this article, we'll learn the basics of the Linux shell and commands related to it.
In this article, we will discuss the following topics:
- Why should we use the terminal?
- Accessing the shell
- Executing commands
- Navigating the filesystem
- Managing files
- The nano text editor
- Reading manual pages with the man command
- Searching for files
- Using the watch command
- Introduction to scripting