O'Reilly User Group Newsletter - Issue 09-06
david at cantrell.org.uk
Tue Oct 17 11:57:22 BST 2006
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 01:25:51PM +0100, Josette Garcia wrote:
> O'Reilly UK User Group Programme
> Issue 09-06
> Within a week, this newsletter will be available to be downloaded in pdf format from the Delphi and C# Developers Group web site at http://www.richplum.co.uk/oreilly/0906.pdf.
> ***2.6 Million Lines of Code
> Announcing O'Reilly Code Search, where you can enter search terms to find relevant sample code from nearly 700 O'Reilly books. The database currently contains over 123,000 individual examples, comprises 2.6 million lines of code, all edited and ready to use.
> ***Smalltalk for Everyone Else
> The Pragmatic Programmers advise learning a new language every year. Instead of yet another Algol derivative, why not master object orientation with perhaps the purest OO language ever devised? Smalltalk and the Squeak environment offer a powerful and usable learning experience; Keith Fieldhouse provides an introduction.
> ***User Group Members Receive a Special 30% Discount on O'Reilly Learning Courses
> As an O'Reilly User Group member, you save on all the courses in the following University of Illinois Certificate Series:
> -Linux/Unix System Administration
> -Web Programming
> -Open Source Programming
> -.NET Programming
> To redeem, use Promotion Code "ORALL1," good for a 30% discount, in Step #3 of the enrollment process.
> ***Sharing Internet Connections
> ***Scaling Dynamic Websites with Apache Modules
> ***Your New iTunes Movies to DVD (and Protect Your Other iTunes Purchases)
> ***Managing a Honeypot
> Latest books available for review -
> * Mastering Regular Expressions, Third Edition <http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/regex3>
> * Programming Python, Third Edition <http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/python3>
> * The Relational Database Dictionary <http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/relationaldb>
> *** UK Geospatial Mash-up <http://www.opengeospatial.org/node/615>
> 20 / 10 / 2006 at 09:30 , Ordnance Survey, Southampton
> A meeting for all those interested in working with and using services based on UK Geo data.
> ***EuroBSDCon 2006 <http://www.eurobsdcon.org/>
> November 10th - 12th 2006, Milan, Italy
David Cantrell | http://www.cantrell.org.uk/david
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