In this first installment, you'll learn how to measure the performance of Eclipse-based Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications, determine if slowdowns are caused by CPU or I/O bottlenecks, and keep the UI thread idle to maintain responsiveness. Part 2 will address memory problems.
- Tips and Tricks: How do I find the inode size of an ext2/ext3 filesystem?
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- Uh Oh. Another Smooth Move from Microsoft: Watch out, Ruby. Watch out OSI.
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- If someone says UBUNTU, Don't say Kazoonteit.
- Medison Celebrity: CEO Blog and Yahoo Group
- Open source firm reaps Google benefits
- Linux Non-compete Agreements?
- Linux: Avoiding Pluggable Designs
- Open Source Being Repositioned in Corporate America
- Linux: Designing the Completely Fair Scheduler
- Hungary Officials Raid Microsoft Office
- How to Sort files and folders by size
- Open-source thinking
- The Open Software License: the 21st Century's best open source license?
- Open Source convention: you have to have a good reason not to open the source
- OSI avoids open source war
- Open Source and the Future of Network Applications
- Sample sections available for new GIMP book
In this tutorial, learn how to set up your system to develop a simple Web application with Wicket, using Apache Geronimo as your application server and Apache Derby as the embedded database.
- openSUSE Quickies: Alpha 7 Planned, Homepage Relaunch
- Linspire Joins Interop Vendor Alliance Program
- Linux authentication troubles? Try Active Directory
- OpenOffice.org in Education: A Roundup
- More from OSCON
- Medison Celebrity: Swedish company offers laptop for £77
- Aaron Leventhal receives OSCON 2007 Accessibility Award
- Hey charger! OLPC gets power boost from Aussie coder
- Linux gains ground in China
- Widget Plugin
- New Linux 2.4 Kernel Released, .35
- SuperKaramba and Plasma
- Compiz Fusion: Multiscreen Madness
Configuration can be a maintenance mess and add to a developer's burden. This article introduces a framework with which developers can define their application's configuration in terms of high-level interface.
- ODF: The inevitable format
- Will Google Kill Open Source?
- Linux gains despite and because of Microsoft
- (IN)SECURE Magazine issue 12 has been released
- Great Googley Moogley
- SimplyMEPIS 6.5 DVDs Featured in French Magazine
- Linux Commands: more and less
- How To Set Default Workspace, Size and Window Effects in Gnome
- Best FUD Fighter: And the winner is... me!
- And The Guilt For The Unknown Flaw Goes To...Mozilla?
- Howto: Verify Downloaded Linux / BSD DVD or CD ISO images for integrity
- Install Xine Multimedia Player in Ubuntu
- Blindness To Perceptions Of Average User Is Real Linux Handicap
- bash programmable completion
- You're never alone with Plone
- Ubuntu Live Update
- Apple iPhone vs. Nokia N800
- What's Linux Gonna Cost You?
- Lessons From Ubuntu Live
- aseigo: various applet improvements
- Wanna Try the OLPC Operating System?
- Fix corrupted RPM database on CentOS 5 / Redhat enterprise Linux 5 / Fedora 7
- Building the ultimate Linux-based music server
- Software Development the Ubuntu Way
Discover how to use appropriate disk placement prior to creating your logical volumes to improve disk performance. This part focuses on monitoring your logical volumes and the commands and utilities (iostat, lvmstat, lslv, lspv, and lsvg) used to analyze results.
Take charge of your editing session within Emacs and use it to your advantage. This tutorial is the fourth in a series, and shows you three areas of Emacs that control some aspect of the editing session: various command-line options, the register, and bookmark facilities for setting and saving positions and data.
Another day of lotsa links not used, but not ruled out:
Essential aids in building and testing regular expression on UNIX systems. Discover the available tools and techniques that can help you learn how to construct regular expressions for various programs and languages.
This tutorial shows you how to use Tivoli Provisioning Manager for OS Deployment to create installation images and manage packages for an actual deployment of RedHat Enterprise Linux.
There is no doubt about it. Microsoft knows what they are doing. However it seems to me that no-one else, particularly businesses, can see what they are doing. To use a cliche or two Microsoft is using the carrot and stick method to divide and conqueror.
The sad part about it is the open source community is letting them.
You can customize the UNIX shell to save time, to save typing, and to adapt to your style of work. Shell startup files capture your preferences and recreate your shell environment session after session, even machine to machine.
Explore the innovation of open source solutions available from IBM and see the power and flexibility of an open community development environment.