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Posts Tagged: node.js

Installing Node.js on SUSE Linux Enterprise

The officially supported collection of software in SUSE Linux Enterprise Linux 11 Service Pack 3 does not contain all conceivable Linux software, but in the Open Build System there are tons of software that is build for SLES 11SP3. Installing these software packages and repositories is of course on your own risk, as they are […]

JavaScript, the winning style

Update July 15th 2013: Due to commenters demand, we have re-published this research as a Git repository anybody can contribute to: github.com/Seravo/js-winning-style. This article has become our most popular article with over 10 000 unique readers, so this issue is clearly something the JavaScript community should get done. Update August 16th 2013: A translation in […]

6 reasons to learn JavaScript

Presentation held at Happy Hacking Day 2013 at Haaga-Helia in Helsinki, Finland. In a nutshell, the six reasons to learn JavaScript are that it is: easy: JS is a high-level language where things like type setting and compiling is done automatically, so it suits even people with no previous programming experience. versatile: JS is multi-paradigm […]

The fastest web server in the world?

Speed matters. Over and over research shows that when the speed of a website increases, the activity of users increase. Even if the changes are small, like a half second, and users are perhaps not conscious about it, users will view the overall experience as better. Besides website popularity, high-speed websites are also capable of handling more […]

The Library Directory

The Library Directory (hakemisto.kirjastot.fi) is to our knowledge the first completely open public sector IT project in Finland. Not only is the whole source code is available at GitHub, but also the revision history has been public since day one and the project is open for collaboration. Anybody who finds a flaw can file a bug. Heck, […]