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How to find your motherboard model in Linux

In this post we will see how we can find information about the motherboard from the command line in Linux.

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Installing Node.js in Debian Linux.

What is Node.js? Node.js is a JavaScript runtime (it uses Google V8 parser): in other words, it allows us to run JavaScript code outside of the web browser; using Node.js we can develop server side applications or client desktop applications... Continue Reading →

High Sierra & CocoaPods: No such file or directory

While developing software for iOS is usually a pleasant enough activity, setting up the whole development environment may be at times slightly frustrating due to some unexpected behavior in the software, and in the tools involved. This week I wanted... Continue Reading →

How to fix: “Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture …”

In a previous post we saw how to create multi-language ASP.NET MVC sites by adding resource files. In this post we´re going to see a common error that may pop up when using resource files in ASP.NET MVC. Could not... Continue Reading →

JavaScript: quick guide to the Revealing module pattern

The revealing module pattern is a variation of the module pattern in which  we declare ALL methods inside the function private scope, and we return an object with pointers to the methods that we want to make public.

ASP.NET not picking the right resource file

Let's learn how to work with resources files using ASP.NET, and how to make sure the site loads the right resource file based on the user browser preferences.

Drawbacks in the JavaScript module pattern

Last week we saw how the module pattern could help us to structure our JavaScript code. But the use of the module pattern has some disadvantages that we must understand, to be able to apply this pattern correctly.

JavaScript: quick guide to Module pattern

In previous post have seen how to create JavaScript objects literals, we also saw how we can use those to encapsulate parts of our code, creating de facto reusable modules. But if you come from Java, or .Net development you probably missed one thing: we haven't seen yet how we can define public, and private properties.

NuTyX 9.1: quick review

In the previous post I did a basic desktop installing of NuTyX, installing mate as my desktop of choice; the next logical step would be to start customizing the system, so that it becomes useful for daily usage.

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