This is the second article of Eclipse IDE Plugins and it is about EGit. It is a plugin which allows to run Git commands inside Eclipse. You can do all the necessary things with this plugin regarding to the use of Git as a software developer.
There is a very large website of the things around EGit at their homepage, but I think it’s too much if you just want to use to program.
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This article starts a three posts long serie of Eclipse IDE Plugins where I’m going to show how to install plugins and how to use one specific. This post will be about installation of the plugins to the great Eclipse IDE. There are tons of plugins, but not so much tutorials how install them. This will be a general tutorial to all of them. Continue reading Eclipse IDE Plugin Installation
Today I would like to share you the power of cryptography.
I made this software 2011 in Eindhoven, Netherlands (country of cryptography) where I was having my exchange studies at the time.
The software is about the Data Encryption Standard or DES, however you like to call it.
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Django is a web framework written in Python and as you may guess everything in Django is also done in Python. Django was developed to simplify the creation of database driven sites and principle of it is “don’t repeat yourself”. Best feature in Django is the fact that it propably is the fastest website framework to create a fully functioning website.
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Octopress is a blogging framework which generates your enire blog in static files. Octopress has integrated Twitter, Google Analytics, Google Plus, Facebook and some other webservices. There are also good plugins for adding images, code, videos and other content into your blog posts. The framework is made for hackers and people who know something about Linux and shell.
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