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- 2 Tracks of Breakout Sessions - Endless Networking Opportunities Whether you are a developer, manager, recruiter, non-profit organizalion, or a company that uses PHP in its daily operations the DC PHP Conference is ior you Join PHP experts and community members at the third annual DC PHP Conference & Expo, Share with your peers the experiences, expertise and best practices in a wide variety of sessions. Attendees will afso have the opportunity to partake in tutorials, case studies, round...

Archive 19942007

I -iGi al lino* Journal The 1994-2007 Archive CD, back issues, and more Figure 7. My Early Attempt at a Recipe Book Individual Card Images The software on the Chumby is open source, through and through. Just take a look at the Software Licenses screen (accessed from Settings Chumby Info Software Licenses). Hack away at the Chumby all you want. The photo widget that worked the best was the Dailio widget. Unlike other photo widgets, this one lets you set how long a photo stays...

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A New unbrickable design- 3x faster a Backward compatible w TS-72xx a Low power - 4W at 5V a 128MB DDR RAM a 512MB high-speed onboard Flash 12K LUT user-programmable FPGA a Internal PCI Bus, PC 104 connector a 2 USB 2.0 480 Mbps a Gigabit ethernet a 2 SD sockets a 10 serial ports a 110GPIO a 5 1 o-bit ADC a 2 SATA ports a Sleep mode uses 200 microamps a Boots Linux in < 2 seconds a Linux 2.6 and Debian by default Design your solution with one of our engineers a Custom configurations and...

Doc Searls

TELECOM AND THE INTERNET have always been strange bedfellows. On the one hand, we have an industry that's been around for 171 years or more (dating from the first commercial telegraph), and on the other, we have something new with an end-to-end model that doesn't require telecom at all to do what it does. Yet to most of us, Internet access is gravy on top of telephone and television service part of a bundle that telcos and cablecos call a triple play. Never mind that telephony and video are all...

Mick Bauer

Make your desktop completely portable with a custom live CD. In my recent column Security Features in Ubuntu (LJ, March 2008), I mentioned that the live CD method of running Linux from a CD-ROM or DVD rather than directly from a hard drive has important and useful security ramifications. I went on to promise that this would be the topic of a future column. Never one to renege on a promise, this month I bring you the first of a multipart series about Linux live CDs. In this month's column, I...

Value

1 Linux certification worldwide and growing Program framework created from industry needs and input Professional Job Task Analysis Designed by professionals for professionals Internationalization through regional involvement Endorsed by global leaders in Open Source Recognized and accredited psychometric processes A global standard in Linux professionalism Proven demonstration of knowledge and skills for customers and employers Provides benchmarks for HR recruitment and promotion Access to...

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Start Reset

Toasty, the Chumby Kitchen Timer Figure 5. Toasty, the Chumby Kitchen Timer There is a also a calculator widget that a different member of the Chumby community created. It works well, and that's about all I have to say on the subject, apart from that I wish the buttons were bigger. The calendar widget I'm using is one that displays my Google Calendar. It is limited to an agenda view that lists each scheduled item in order. It would have been nice to have daily, week or month views,...

Relion 1670

2U serverwith up to 12TB Ideal for cost-effective File DB applications RAS Reliability, Availability, Serviceability Quad-Corelntel Xeon processor Intel 5400 ('Seaburg') chipset with 1600MHz front side bus Up to 128GB RAM In 1U class leading memory capacity Management features to support large cluster deployments Quad-Corelntel Xeon processor Intel 5400 ('Seaburg') chipset with 1600MHz front side bus Up to 128GB RAM In 1U class leading memory capacity Management features to support large...