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A printf reference page

January 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Nothing major, but we just made some updates to our printf reference page. This page started off when we were doing a Java project that required some formatted printing, but if you’re familiar with Java, Perl, and Ruby, you know that the printf format syntax is similar across all those languages.

In other news, we’re just keeping an eye on the CES 2010 news. It’s fun to see all the cool, new stuff, but I don’t have any major purchase plans based on anything I’ve seen.

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Alexander Consulting, in Louisville, KY

January 6, 2010 Leave a comment

Just getting into this whole ‘work’ thing again today, and as we were working on blog posts about Mac HTML editors, we realized the alexanderky.com website was created with iWeb. So, while we’re in that neighborhood, if you’re interested in Java, Ruby, PHP, Unix, and Linux consulting in Louisville, Kentucky, check out that website.

(Yes, that was a shameless plug.)

Lots of Perl tutorials for Xmas

December 17, 2009 Leave a comment

Eventually I plan on writing much more on Ruby here, but at least for today, I’m going to mention that Al and I have been knocking out a lot of Perl tutorials lately. Here’s a link to the general Perl tutorials we’ve written, and here’s a second link to a collection of Perl hash tutorials we’ve written.

I think most people slow down over the holidays, but we’ve been busier than ever, and hope to have several cool website updates available in the first quarter of 2010.

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