Tonight: On The Linux Show!!
Tuesday, May 18th, 2004 from Chicago IL
Tonight on www.thelinuxshow.com.
Kevin Hill, Arne Flones, Doc Searls, Russ Pavlicek AND Jeff Gerhardt are bringing you
a very informative show tonight ready to go!!!!!!
ALL News Tonight. We will cover THE HOT NEWS of the
week including: Linus comes clean on Linux ownership, Dumping MS-Office, MORE Linux is good business, plus a clueless pundit or two........ and way more.
- ARM unveils multi-processor core with Linux SMP support By - LinuxDevices.com
- Linus Torvalds Isn't the "Father of Linux," Claims Headline-Seeking Study By - LinuxWorld News Desk
- Alien puppet Linus swiped Linux from SCO, By - The Register
- Big Blue's mainframe gathers no rust By Jennifer Mears - Network World
- Linux stocks at lofty valuations -- analysts By Reed Stevenson - Forbes
- Spy vs. Spy By Richard Martin - Fortune
- Video games gaining star power - Ties between Hollywood and gaming industry on rise By - CNN
- Woman has ego inflated to dangerous levels at ScaperCon 2004 By - The Onion
- CLI for noobies: got backup? By Joe Barr - Newsforge
- Googol may sue Google By - The Inquirer
- Migration in-depth, part 1: Why Health First is dumping MS Office By Jan Stafford, Editor - Search Enterprise Linux
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Segment Two- Advanced Unix Programming- We go HARD CORE tonight
We will be joined tonight by Marc j. Rochkind who authored the book Advanced Unix Programming, a
classic by anyones measure. Marc will discuss with us tonight the value of Linux, as he's come to see
it in the past decade. He will also discuss his experience in rewriting his 1985 first edition of "Advanced UNIX Programming", which just released as the Second Edition in late April.
Marc worked at Bell Laboratories in the 1970s, when UNIX was still in its infancy. It was there that Rochkind
made several key contributions to UNIX, notably the Source Code Control System. He wrote the first edition of
Advanced UNIX Programming in 1984. This complete revision benefits from his years of post-Bell application
systems development experience.
The new edition has been meticulously crafted and tested on several unicies including; FreeBSD, Darwin, Linux (SUSE) and Solaris 8. It is also very readable. Marc's seasoning as a technologist has done nothing but improve a classic.
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