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Nikos Vaggalis
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Technical article writer. Database/Web/Desktop developer. Perl,C#,Java,MySQL,Ingres,Infosec.
Technical article writer. Database/Web/Desktop developer. Perl,C#,Java,MySQL,Ingres,Infosec.

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Graphcool Eases Your Way Into GraphQL
GraphQL, dubbed by many as REST's successor, is a query language in
which you can query database driven, JSON schema-exposed APIs. The
problem is that because it is so different from REST, getting the hang
of GraphQL when starting out is not that easy. B...

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Perlito - 4 Years On
Perlito, the open source compiler collection that implements a Perl5 and
a Perl6 compiler has just launched a brand new Java backend. It seemed a
good time to catch up with the project by talking to its lead
contributor, Flavio Glock. Last time I intervi...

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AWS and Ionic Team Up In Starter Project
Amazon is quick in recognizing that just offering support for a
number of popular programing languages is not enough to lure hoards of
developers to the platform. That's why we are seeing a move towards
wrapping its AWS services with greater user-friendl...

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Three Tips for the Linux Shell Addict
This time around we have three great tips for the Linux shell addict,
three sites that will increase your productivity and save valuable time
in your daily interactions with the shell. The first one is  ok-b.org .
It's a shell snippet search engine where...

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Codetracer - Have Your Code Peer Reviewed
Codetracer is a new free service for coders who seek wisdom through brainstorming when stuck in writing their code. Here's how it works - you post the snippet of code that puzzles you
on the forum, annotate with inline comments the specific lines that give...
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