Wizard Book n. Hal Abelson's, Jerry Sussman's and Julie Sussman's Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (MIT Press, 1984; ISBN 0-262-01077-1), an excellent computer science text used in introductory courses at MIT. So called because of the wizard on the jacket. One of the bibles of the LISP/Scheme world. Also, less commonly, known as the Purple Book. from The New Hacker's Dictionary, 2nd edition (MIT Press, 1993) This site is a companion to the influential computer-science text Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs , by Abelson, Sussman, and Sussman.
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10 Million hits a day with Wordpress using a $15 server | Ewan's Blog on IT and stuff like it [Update 2] – It seems W3 Total Cache support has been silently discontinued – it’s not been updated for over 12 months now, and has allegedly got some security issues. Because of this, I would recommend not installing W3 Total Cache as part of these instructions, everything else should run fine. [/Update] [Update] – I’ve tested this using the new Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Edition, and the settings all appear to work correctly without modification. Let me know if you find a problem [/Update] These instructions are the rather verbose, but hopefully easy enough to follow, steps to build a new Linux server using Varnish, Nginx, W3 Total Cache, and WordPress, to build a WordPress blog on a Amazon Micro server (or equivalent), all costing under $15 a month, capable of sustaining 10 million hits per day , as measured by blitz.io . 10 Million hits per day with WordPress on a $15 virtual server
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Top 7 ASP.NET CMS Options ASP.NET seems to have more and more quality options regarding extensible content management systems with each passing year. Depending on your needs, there are excellent options available both with commercial licenses or open source code. PHP may be king of the web, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for some stellar ASP .NET CMSs that can not only give you the power you need to develop gorgeous, high-concept websites with a strong backbone but will also give you experience working with the ever-popular .NET platform used in business. Whether you're looking for a commercial solution or something born out of the open source community, these top seven ASP .NET CMSes can give you the functionality and the support you need to get the job done.
ASP.NET development has come a long way. It’s now easier to practice Test Driven Development (TDD) thanks to ASP.NET MVC and all the open source tools out there from Ninject to Moq to Entity Framework Code First . But one thing remains real sucky in the .net world and that is deployment. Have you tried deploying an Azure application? It sucks and I hate Azure for it. AppHarbor + ASP.NET MVC + Orchard = Awesome | Emad Ibrahim
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Deploy Orchard CMS to Azure - LiteMedia It's no secret that I'm working on a replacement for this blog in Orchard CMS, and while doing so, learning to deploy applications to Azure. There is a guide provided by the Orchard Team , but it takes for granted that you're using Orchard as a plug'n'play CMS and not as a development platform. Here's a small recollection of my findings.
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Building a Web CMS (Content Management System) is unlike building a regular web application: it is more like building an application container. When designing such a system, it is necessary to build extensibility as a first-class feature. This can be a challenge as the very open type of architecture that's necessary to allow for great extensibility may compromise the usability of the application: everything in the system needs to be composable with unknown future modules, including at the user interface level. Orchestrating all those little parts that don't know about each other into a coherent whole is what Orchard is all about. How Orchard works - Orchard Documentation
Although you can find a tutorial regarding Deploying Orchard to Windows Azure at Orchard project web page, but I found that the page is not so friendly for those who came across Windows Azure for the first time. So I re-write part of the tutorial especially for those who used / learn Windows Azure for the first time. I also include screen shot for each step so that you know where to click and so on. This tutorial divided into: Building Orchard Package Setting Up Windows Azure Storage Account Setting Up Azure SQL Database Setting Up Windows Azure Hosting Moving From Local Host to Windows Azure This section show you how you can download the latest Orchard’s project source code and build the Orchard package for Windows Azure. Step by Step Deploying Orchard to Windows Azure | Ooiks's Blog
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