[kwlug-disc] Introduction to Linux programming - Request
unsolicited at swiz.ca
Thu Jul 29 17:36:25 EDT 2010
That's a really good thought. If there are enough WWITPRO programmers
that attend, and if part of their resistance to Linux is not being
comfortable with how to get into development, quickly, they might
Richard - how was your OpenWRT received? Did you get the same /
different feeling from it than from, say, kwlug?
(Khalid?, others?) - at the web based groups, has there been much
interest from Windows people in getting on to Apache and development
tools, php, mysql, whatever that 'group of things' are (-:
i.e. Like firefox, there are a number of multi-platform tools out
there, and many more with but a bit of work, if they knew they were
there. e.g. php, mySql, Apache, tcl, pearl, ...
Is there any sense that (currently) Windows based people are just
looking for a little migration path help?
John Van Ostrand wrote, On 07/29/2010 10:38 AM:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> Please invite people to this presentation.
>> Being an entry level Linux programming overview, it may attract
>> developers that are curious about programming for Linux, Linux users
>> that are eager to start developing or even people that are curious
>> about programming in general.
> Someone who is more well known at WWITPRO could post an announcement on their list.
> I'll peruse my contact list for other people who might be interested in the talk.
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