Linux utilities on Android
...without the pain of rooting and fiddling about with a debugger.
It's not well-documented, but you can run some standard Linux utilities
on Android without circumventing any of Android's security machinery.
Exploring application build and deployment in OpenShift 3
Development tooling and plug-ins can hide a lot of the complexity of
the OpenShift Container Platform. But what's really going on?
Apache integration products from the ground up
Java development with Apache Karaf/ServiceMix, Camel, CXF, etc.,
reduced to its barest essentials — a command line and a text editor
A Linux storage management cheat-sheet
A condensed guide to disk management, LVM, and RAID.
Underneath the Linux desktop
A modern graphical desktop environment for Linux looks monolithic,
but actually consists
of a number of disparate components. These articles examine these
components and how they interact, with a view to explaining how you
can build a custom desktop from individual components.
Graphics and illustration
Another free 3D model — an 18th-century 3-masted barque.
Linux, camera, action
It won't win any cinematography awards, but it's possible to create
simple stop-motion animations using just a digial camera and
free software tools for Linux.
Science and technology
Night of the living differential equations: how to simulate the zombie
apocalypse using a mathematical model of population dynamics.
How to generate simple MIDI files using Java
The Android platform has no support for playing music
note-by-note from an application. But playing
simple tunes in Java by generating MIDI files is really not
all that difficult.
Why you can't play Bach on a piano
Enthuiasts for early music often rage about 'authenticity', but we
don't even tune our instruments the way our forebears did. Why is this, and
how much difference does it make?