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July 3, 2002

Useful articles from Linux magazine

Linux Magazine has a couple of interesting articles available:

Nine Power Tools Are Enough
The author claims all you need are nine tools: zsh, emacs, GIMP, Glade, CVS, GCC, DDD, Apache Toolbox, and Perl.
Write Ruby, Be Happy!
by Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, authors of of Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide, the definitive guide to the Ruby scripting language. Amazing, the entire text of Programming Ruby is available on the web.
Python: You SHOULD Be Using It
What can I say? Of course you should be using Python. It's one of my favorite languages. Not the best article I've seen, though.