Enter your Email Address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

To get posts delivered to your Email

19 October 2008

Publications

I remember that I wrote something very long during my final semester and that was way back in 2001 and after that I literally did not write anything other than typing some Java code. My writing was poor (and even now it is) but I feel that I have improved marginally and the credit goes to Linux for You. I had an opportunity to write for Linux for You and as usual, this is one of the activities I used to do regularly. Please find the list of articles published in LFY.


1. Synchronising Threads (Dec 2004)
2. System Calls - Invocation and Implementation (Mar 2005)
3. Design Patterns (Jun 2005)
4. Object Creation and Garbage Collection in Java (Aug 2005)
5. Introduction to Linux Processes (Sep 2005)
6. Java Stack Frames (Sep 2005)
7. Logging Using Log4J (Oct 2005)
8. Loading, Linking and Initialisation in Java (Nov 2005)
9. Linux Processes - Part 2 (Dec 2005)
10. Security - Know the Lingo (Mar 2006)
11. SNORTing Out Network Intrusion (Jul 2006)
12. Linux Scheduling - Part 1 (Jul 2006)
13. Linux Scheduling - Part 2 (Aug 2006)
14. Linux Scheduling - Part 3 (Sep 2006)
15. XML Data Binding with Castor XML - Part 1 (Sep 2006)
16. XML Data Binding with Castor XML - Part 2 (Oct 2006)
17. JVMTI - Part 1 (Nov 2006)
19. JVMTI - Part 2 (Dec 2006)
20. Interrupts in Linux (Jan 2007)
21. Profiling with Netbeans - Part 1 (May 2007)

You can find PDF copies of all the above articles here. Hope you find it useful.

No comments: