In this article by Alex Buchner, you would learn how to customize the front page of your Moodle site. Before taking an insight into this, let's first take a general overview of Moodle's look and feel elements.Read Front Page Customization in Moodle in full
In this article by Ankur Shah, you will see how to manage multiple printers at a time. Unlike other printing systems, CUPS features a way to let you select a group of printers to print a job instead of selecting just one. In that way, if one printer is busy or down, another printer can be automatically selected to perform the job. Such groupings of printers are called printer classes.Read CUPS: How to Manage Multiple Printers in full
Security is a wide ranging topic which operates on many levels and covers many technologies. The technologies involved include networks, operating systems, database systems, and application servers as well as manual procedures.
Application level security in the context of Java EE applications is provided by web and EJB containers. This article by Michael Sikora will be mostly concerned with EJB container security. However, as EJBs are often invoked from the web-tier we will take a brief look at web container security later in this article.
We will cover the following topics:
- Java EE container security
The aim of this article by Javier Collado is to show how tasks may be automated using Python together with STAF (Software Testing Automation Framework) by means of an example. We will first see a problem and then derive its solution using classical Python-only as well as Python+STAF. The implementation of the solution will evolve in different stages. This will help us in comparing both the solution in terms of simplicity and efficiency.Read Automation with Python and STAF/STAX in full
This article by Tarek Ziadé focuses on a repeatable process to write and release Python packages. We will focus on how to install, uninstall, develop, test, register, and upload a package.Read Writing a Package in Python in full