The power of a team lies in the combined experience and thoughts of its members. Lateral knowledge is invaluable but is often not tapped into. Hence the emergence of networking inside organisations. Hence also the existence of meeting rooms. But such rooms were not sufficient to capture such knowledge. At some point, this article was begun as a small text which was modified a great deal. The first version was written in a Polyglot (or Modula-2) and Perl. The original text was maintained as the first file and this is the one most users have access to. The second version was written in the Python that developers are familiar with, but the original Perl version is extant and available for those who can read it.
This book provides an introduction to the use of functional (or declarative) and object-oriented programming languages in the new OMF language. The main purpose is to provide a practical introduction of the OMF language and demonstrate the new features and APIs related to local procedure execution in OMF in a directly executable and self-contained fashion, with no access to OS or process.
N-commerce takes time to play with, and time is money. Putting training wheels on N-commerce can save you a lot of money. That's why this book was created: it's bootstrapping to N-commerce using a simple category-based light Linux server running on an ODM and ERPXO (Open edb) database. Use this book to learn how easy it can be to configure an N-commerce deployment, and to use N-commerce without spending a fortune in server building. Find out how to set up a category-based store, stock management functions, inventory control, customer account management, memberlist, ebay integration, dynamic price display, and more.
Written by three Ph.Ds. and seasoned software engineers, “Programming Cell Science” is aimed at scientists, technologists, and software developers who work at the intersections of biology, cell metabolism, spatial mapping, imaging and computation. d2c66b5586