Emacs Keyboard Macro and Examples →
This page shows you how to use emacs keyboard macro feature, with several examples of real world use.
4 Useful New Features in C 0x →
Enhanced type inference, simpler iterators, and new container constructors head the list of handy new features
Efficient Use of Lambda Expressions and... →
Functors and std:function implementations vary widely between libraries. C++11’s lambdas make them more efficient.
Destructors Considered Harmful →
Allocating dynamic resources may seem hazardous — but freeing them is the real hazard.
Using Emacs's “Dired ” (DiredPlus) Mode →
A better Dired mode
Emacs Lisp Function Frequency →
Just for fun :D
Sculpting text with regex, grep, sed and awk →
The string is a stark data structure and everywhere it is passed there is much duplication of process. It is a perfect vehicle for hiding information. —Alan Perlis
A Regular Expression Matcher →
A regular expression matcher implement which shows the value of beautiful codes.
Every program attempts to expand until it can read mail. Those programs which...– Zawinski’s law
Traveling Salesman Problem →
The Traveling Salesman Problem is one of the most intensively studied problems in computational mathematics. These pages are devoted to the history, applications, and current research of this challenge of finding the shortest route visiting each member of a collection of locations and returning to your starting point.
File Management with Emacs (dired tutorial) →
Emacs is a excellent tool for file management. For example, listing files, copy/delete files, rename files, moving files, creating/deleting directory. Once you become familiar with it, you almost never go back to shell or the OS desktop for these tasks.
Emacs Lisp Basics →
This page is a short, practical, tutorial of Emacs Lisp the language.
Tips on Long Term Emacs Productivity →
In emacs 22 (released in 2007), there’s a new mode called ibuffer. (start it by 【Alt+x ibuffer】) ibuffer is a major improvement of the classic “Buffer menu” mode, while practically 100% compatible. It includes color-differentiated buffer listing, and few more powerful regex commands that manipulate buffers in batch.
Regular expressions in PowerShell and Perl →
UNIX wasn’t designed to stop users from doing stupid things, as that would...
21 Excellent Portfolios and Design Agency Websites... →
It has been a while since we last showcased Design Related Websites here, so today we decided to check out how is it that design firms, designers, and other creative agencies are presenting their work. From design studios to brand firms and freelance designer’s portfolios, you will see a variety of ways to showcase one’s work. It’s always nice to browse sites like this to see the approach...
What’s new for designers – January 2012 |... →
The January edition of what’s new for web designers and developers includes new web apps, frameworks, jQuery plugins, color tools, and a number of great new fonts. Many of the resources below are free or very low cost, and are sure to be useful to a lot of designers and developers out there. As always, if we’ve missed something you think should have been included, please let us know in the...
Microsoft goes public with plans for its new... →
Too big to fail? Microsoft, ARM, and Windows 8. |... →
If Microsoft insists on acting like it’s the 1990s and they get to call the shots, well, they do can join J&P Coats, Pullman, and U.S. Steel in business history’s trash can.