Linux Journal Contents #182, June 2009

Linux Journal Issue #182/June 2009

What comes only once a year and you get a present? No, it's not your birthday, it's the Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards. Check them out and see if your favorites won. And if the Readers' Choices don't give you enough to choose from see our Cooking With Linux column (back this month after a one month hiatus) for an overview of a host of other open source apps. And the goodness doesn't stop there, we also have articles on Dojo's grid widget, on SNMP and Nagios, on building your own cluster, on adding HTML validation to your test suite, and on a spate of other topics to soothe your open source gland.

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Google Chrome is nice

irvine computer repair's picture

Google Chrome is nice because it is not loaded with addons so it loads faster. But I still prefer Firefox. Firebug is crucial to any Web Developer.

Thanks for the update on the

Harvard's picture

Thanks for the update on the Readers Choice Award. Looks like some of those winners were no-brainers such as Firefox and Open Office. I wonder if Google's Chrome is every going to pose a challenge....I guess time will tell.

Thanks again!

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