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Web Scraping with Python

I came across this article about writing software for Web scraping using python Easy Web Scraping with Python – – “A little over a year ago I wrote an article on web scraping using Node.js. Today I’m revisiting the topic, but this time I’m going to use Python, so that the techniques offered by […]

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Characteristics of programming languages

Characteristics of programming languages: Choosing a Programming Language – “This article discusses a practical approach to comparing programming languages and deciding the programming language to use in a new project. ” characteristics programming languages Brainstorming-articles: Characteristics of a Good Programming Language – characteristics programming languages

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Functional Programming, map/reduce links

About functional programming and map/reduce Backus’s Idea of Functional Programming : Good Math, Bad Math – Review of Backus’s ideas Functional_Programming functional backus programming Pragmatic Programming Techniques: Hadoop Map/Reduce Implementation – programming design parallel concurrency architecture scalability distributed mapreduce hadoop Introduction to Parallel Programming and MapReduce – Google Code University – Google Code – “This tutorial covers the basics […]

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Videos: Banjo, programming, Java

Banjo, programming, and Java videos discovered early january 2012: Video: PBS Arts from the Blue Ridge Mountains: Give Me the Banjo | Watch The Arts Online | PBS Video – Nice show about the banjo. Narrated by Steve Martin “”Give Me the Banjo” is a musical odyssey through 300 years of American culture.” video pbs […]

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Learn to program or be programmed

Learn to code | Codecademy “Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It’s interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.” (tags: tutorial javascript programming tools) SXSW 2010: Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age – YouTube “Best-selling author and technology visionary Douglas Rushoff offers his insights […]

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Being a programmer, Harnessing the wind, Tracking power outages- An agglomeration of links for Feb 12, 2010

Job snapshot: Programmer | View from the Cubicle | Interview of an IT programmer. Some reasonable information for students who might be interested in being a programmer. (tags: programming it job interview) William Kamkwamba: How I harnessed the wind | Video on Excelelnt and inspiring talk (tags: ted africa technology video) Check […]

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Links about ML

A collection of links pertaining to he use of Standard ML, SML, in my class CPSC 401 Organization of programming languages. SML Instructions starting and using SML (tags: sml ml instructions) Standard ML of New Jersey Standard ML of New Jersey (abbreviated SML/NJ) is a compiler for the Standard ML ’97 programming language with associated […]

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Half Hour Hacks & A Place to Bury Strnagers links for 2008-09-11

Half Hour Hacks  Half Hour Hacks: Nondeterministic Finite Automata For an open-ended project in my Computer Science course, I wrote a program which will take any regular expression as an input and generate a NFA for recognizing that language. It can display this NFA graphically as well as generate Prolog code for simulating it and […]

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Recycle your phone, Amazon Deals, History of Storage, Programming the New Literacy

Flipswap : Get Started : Overview Flipswap makes it easy for you to get something out of your old cell phone. Choose any of the options below and you’ll be doing yourself, and our environment, a favor. (tags: phone green recycle) Deals: Search Amazon For Deals Up To 90% Off (tags: shopping amazon deals discounts […]

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