Frozen Perl 2009 Keynote
Title: State-of-the-Art in Parallel Computing with R Author(s): Schmidberger, Markus and Morgan, Martin and Eddelbuettel, Dirk and Yu, Hao and Tierney, Luke and Mansmann, Ulrich State-of-the-Art in Parallel Computing with R
Wenda Ni, Changcheng Huang, Jing Wu. (2014) Provisioning high-availability datacenter networks for full bandwidth communication. Computer NetworksOnline publication date: 1-Mar-2014. CrossRef The Datacenter as a Computer
Introduction to Perl6 Note! This site is about Perl 6, the future version of Perl. If you are looking for a solution for the current production version of Perl 5, please check out the Perl 5 tutorial.
Chris's Wiki :: blog/unix/BinDirectoryOrigins Once upon a time, Unix was very small and fit entirely in what is now the root filesystem, /; hence, among other things, /bin, which was where commands went. This didn't last very long, and by the time of at least the Third Edition in 1973, there was an additional /usr filesystem with a /usr/bin for 'overflow' programs that didn't fit on the root filesystem any more. (As I heard the story, the root filesystem was deliberately set up to contain everything you needed to rebuild at least the kernel, in case you booted a kernel that couldn't mount the user filesystem. Hence as late as V7 Unix you could find the C compiler as /bin/cc and so on.)
Note! This site is about Perl 6, the future version of Perl. If you are looking for a solution for the current production version of Perl 5, please check out the Perl 5 tutorial. This Perl 6 Tutorial is based on the training material used by me (Gabor Szabo) to teach Perl 6 in various training classes. It is a work in progress. Introduction to Perl6
Perl 6 Programming Perl 6 is the sixth edition of the Perl programming language, representing a major backwards-incompatible rewrite of the language. It's a versatile and powerful multi-paradigm programming language. This book is going to introduce the reader to the Perl 6 language and its many features. Introduction
Version Control with Subversion
This article is the second part of a series which started with An Overview of Lexing and Parsing. That article aimed to discuss lexing and parsing in general terms, while trying to minimize the amount on how to actually use Marpa::R2 to do the work. In the end, however, it did have quite a few specifics.