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Linux Journal Issue #174/October 2008


Interview with Guido van Rossum  by James Gray
The new Python 3000 is bounding beyond Python 2. Python creator Guido van Rossum explains why you've got to try it.
A Tale of Two Languages  by Daniel Bartholomew
Not all programming languages are created for automating spreadsheets and device drivers—some, like Inform 6 and 7, were created specifically for making games.
Shell Scripting with a Distributed Twist: Using the Sleep Scripting Language  by Raphael Mudge
A language for practical extraction and reporting with mobile agents?
The Falcon Programming Language in a Nutshell  by Giancarlo Niccolai
Messages can carry anything, including methods or whole Sigma sequences for remote execution in foreign objects.


State of the Art: Linux Audio 2008, Part II  by Dave Phillips
Dave Phillips weighs in on the production side of music and sound software for Linux.
The Well-Tempered PHP Developer  by Federico Kereki
PHP developers can get a comfortable, powerful environment with Eclipse plus some well-chosen plugins.
Enlightenment—the Next Generation of Linux Desktops  by Jay Kruizenga
Discover E, and unlock the secrets of Enlightenment.


Shawn Power's Current_Issue.tar.gz   10 PRINT "Hello World"' 20 GOTO 10  
Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge   Unobtrusive JavaScript  
Marcel Gagné's Cooking with Linux   Imaginary Languages  
Dave Taylor's Work the Shell   Movie Trivia—Finally!  
Mick Bauer's Paranoid Penguin   Interview with Marcus Meissner  
Kyle Rankin's Hack and /   Wii Will Rock Linux  
Doc Searls' EOF   Why We Need Hackers to Fix Health Care  


Load Me Up, Load Me Down  by Dan Sawyer
Review of Scalent's Virtual Operating Environment  by Logan G. Harbaugh

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