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Why python is better for scripting

Python has been backed by Google as a scripting language. It has since become very popular for scripting. As a general high level language Python has left other languages like Lua and Tcl way behind. One of the main reasons … Continue reading

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Tips to clear a technical interview

There are loads of tips available which talk about how to crack a technical interview. All interviews follow a pattern and can be cracked. First thing is to build up the confidence and prepare well. Interview success depends on many … Continue reading

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ITIL Certification and its benefits for career development of IT professionals

Red Hat Linux Certification backed by ITIL certification can really give your career a fillip. IT professionals are always facing challenges of large amounts of data handling. The data management requirements of businesses grow exponentially which is indeed challenging as … Continue reading

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Differences between Linux Servers and Windows Servers

Talking of web hosting companies, most deploy either the Windows or Linux based web hosting servers. Yet, to make the correct choice between the two, an individual must have the knowledge of Windows and Linux Essentials. The basic differences between … Continue reading

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Advantage of SELinux

SELinux which expands to Security Enhanced Linux was primarily developed by United States National Security Agency popularly known as NSA. What it does is to incorporate a mandatory access control (MAC) into the major subsystems of the kernel. When you … Continue reading

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Advantage of Device driver development on Linux

What is device driver? Device driver is a part of the kernels’ subroutines and data. It gives software interface to the Input/output device. A driver is a routine which the kernel calls when a particular action is required and passes … Continue reading

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