[kwlug-disc] Introduction to Linux programming - Request
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Thu Jul 29 22:28:31 EDT 2010
Myself, I'm interested in the development environment itself,
especially the IDEs.
I can look up and sink into a language. It's a much more vaporous
question to figure out how to start. e.g. Repository, editor,
building, publishing - there's a lot of unintuitive pieces in there.
Let alone which comes first.
Once I have that I can easily pick a language, then follow a web
tutorial for hello world, and then work from there.
But not until I have the necessary infrastructure surrounding that in
Johnny Ferguson wrote, On 07/29/2010 6:09 PM:
> Hi Raul,
> How far will this presentation dig? I'll probably come just for the
> company, but I've read far too many hello world guides :P
> I'm wondering if you'll be focusing on syntax, or perhaps be offering
> general advice on how you can get from simple programs to larger
> projects, and perhaps how to get into Open-Source development.
> On 07/28/2010 11:00 PM, Raul Suarez wrote:
>> 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.
>> I will also bring the most recent issues of Linux Pro Magazine along
>> with the corresponding DVDs (and some blanks to burn):
>> Slampp 2.0 (Current)
>> Slackware 13 (current is 13.1)
>> Kubuntu 9.04 (current is 10.04)
>> Ubuntu 9.10 32 and 64 bits (current is 10.04)
>> OpenSUSE 11.2 32 and 64 bits (current is 11.3)
>> Fedora 12 (Current is 13)
>> Sabayon 5.1 "Gaming" (current 5.3)
>> Knoppix 6.3 (Current)
>> Mandriva 2010 (Current)
>> Debian 5.0.4 Lenny (Current)
>> Linux from Scratch Live Cd (Current)
>> Linux Mint 8 KDE (Current)
>> Calculate Linux 10.04 with directory server(Current)
>> Ubuntu 10.04 Six pack (Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Mythbuntu,
>> Ubuntu Studio) (Current)
>> Plus my favourites
>> Linux Mint 9 LXDE
>> Linux Mint 9 Gnome
>> Raul Suarez
>> Technology consultant
>> Software, Hardware and Practices
>> Twitter: rarsamx
>> An eclectic collection of random thoughts
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