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Report: KDE 4.5 Improves in Dozens of Small and Satisfying Ways

At last, the breakneck torrent of changes and improvements has slowed, and KDE 4 is settling into a quieter groove. Bruce Byfield examines this latest new KDE release.

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Kernel Progress Entering New Era of Innovation

The last 12 months in Linux kernel development may have been less than exciting, but that may be just a breather before what's coming up next, according to kernel developer and Linux Weekly News editor Jon Corbet.

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ClamAV 0.96.2 released

The ClamAV project has updated its open source virus scanner toolkit to version 0.96.2, addressing several bugs from the previous release and closing various memory leaks...

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A Programmer’s Discussion: Procedural vs. OO

So I have been writing code of one sort or another for over 15 years (mostly Perl) and there is still one thing I don’t get ... what is the advantage of object oriented programming (OOP) over procedural programming (PP)?

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KMyMoney 4.5 for KDE Platform 4 released

After more than 15 months of development, the KMyMoney team has released the first stable version of their personal finance manager built on KDE Platform 4...

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Linux 2.6.36-rc1 Kernel Released

While no release announcement has yet to work its way onto the Linux Kernel Mailing List, the Linux 2.6.36-rc1 kernel was tagged last night in Git by Linus Torvalds. As we have already shared in a number of articles, the Linux 2.6.36 kernel delivers on an exciting number of new...

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