Linux 2.6 – The Details

So you have heard that the latest and greatest version of the Linux kernel – 2.6 has been released. What’s it all about? Well, 2.6 has been all about the server and making it more scalable and making it more enterprise-level. Linux has broken so many barriers with 2.6 – it can handle upto 64 […]

IronPython and Jython

Now this is something really really cool. Jim Hugunin has written an implementation of the Python language which uses .NET CLI as the backend. So what it means that your program is still in Python but it is running on .NET . So what, you say? Yes, I know there is already Jython, but what […]

Bruce Eckel on Python

Python is one of the best languages I have ever come across – you can read about this amazing language in my book ( ). Here’s what Bruce Eckel (of “Thinking in Java” fame) thinks about Python:

Website finally up!

Hey, my website is up and running finally! Although it has a simple and cool interface (if I say so myself), there is a lot of work happening behind the scenes – do read more about it on the About page. To summarise, it has to do mainly with XML/XSL, XSLT, Perl, MySQL and […]