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Lauren Malhoit encourages sys admins or anyone who is new to IT to consider learning a coding language or two. Zed A. Shaw's Learning Python the Hard Way is a good place to start.
Take a look at Erik Eckel's math, which proves that the MacBook Pro might actually be more economical than a Dell Latitude.
Marco Fioretti shows you how to get started with Zim, a desktop wiki that accepts much more than text.
Tony McSherry looks at the desktop applications available on the Windows RT Surface tablet.
John Joyner offers some tips for deciding if a public cloud IaaS solution is right for your organization.
Ryan Boudreaux presents the final part of his two-part tutorial on implementing parallax scrolling in your web design. A download includes all the demo files used.
We recently asked the question "What's the one tool you can't live without?" Here's a roundup of some of your responses -- which took an interesting turn.
Wil Limoges shares some of his favorite keyboard shortcuts, particularly useful for those who administer and troubleshoot Macs on a regular basis.
After Justin James got his feet wet with IronRuby, he was eager to use it in a real-world scenario. Find out what he thinks of using IronRuby to write a WP7 app.
Marco Fioretti explains why you might want to process numbers using the awk scripting language's math functions and follows up with a short example of how to use it.