Friday, May 18, 2018

Tech Notes : Drupal, Ubuntu, PHP, MySQL, WebDevelopment, Short-List

Below are a bunch of short tech-notes for myself, about Ubuntu Linux, Drupal, SQL, web development tools and setup and some tech notes about parallel computing in Spark also.
I wanted to collect the tech notes here so I could reference them quickly later and I can always add another post of the next group of tech notes as needed. Definitely I need more notes on Drupal 8 but that will come in time.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Drupal, Development Technical Notes Update

Listing updates to Blog entries for Drupal development using Ubuntu Linux mainly to catch up tech notes, I'll list the ones from Tumblr at some point as there are more notes overall there and that is where most are posted.

These are groups of the main tech notes I made in the last year. Not all of them are Drupal, but many are.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Semantic Scholar New Site

Noticed a new site called Semantic Scholar that has pulls from various research. Some interesting graphics on the MASC - Multiple Instruction Stream Associative Computer model. They seem to have most original texts available like this one on PRAM vs MASC. Interesting, I think.

Quick: Apache Spark a 'Fast' Post

Over at the other blog site made a 'quick' post about Apache Spark thinking that it is good that parallel computing is taking off as we have more and more data and cluster computing is commonplace now with AWS and Google-Cloud.

Friday, November 4, 2016

GitHub Darrell Ulm Profile Page - Open Source Software

Posted here is a link to the profile page of Darrell Ulm for GitHub which has Open Source code in several languages such as C/C++/C#, PHP/MySQL, Assembly Language, and Unity3d.
Some projects include Unity3d/C# code for a grid based game of tile matching, some code for Koha ILS in PHP/MySQL, a game for Unity3d Tap the Object type App, a Data-Parallel Compiler Optimizer written in C, and a module for Drupal called Google Books which loads data into text fields.
GitHub is definitely a great resource for Open Source software development, software workflow, and software development in general and gets better year to year and it seems like almost everyone is using it is some way for some coded project.
Some other links to this content are: BloggerWordpress, and Tumblr.