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sys-cpu (MS Windows)

Interesting article to read later… CPU.architecture(host=localhost) Returns the architecture of the cpu, e.g. x86 Family 15 Model 2 CPU.freq(cpu_num=0, host=localhost) Returns an integer indicating the speed (i.e. frequency in Mhz) of ‘cpu_num’. via Pocket http://rubyforge.org/docman/view.php/610/1577/sys_cpu_windows.html

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I plan to read this interesting article later; I recently got to play with the LightwaveRF Wifi Link box (http://bit.ly/YczsOB). They’re becoming fairly common in the UK with companies like screwfix selling them. You can get a range of devices … Continue reading

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I plan to read this interesting article later; This tutorial is for creating a vagrant box for ubuntu 12.04 (LTS) Along the tutorial you must follow this conventions Hostname: vagrant-[os-name], e.g. vagrant-debian-lenny Domain: vagrantup. via Pocket Creating a vagrant base … Continue reading

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I plan to read this interesting article later; In the olden days your first program was probably in BASIC and was run from the command line, nowadays the equivalent is Web programming. Using Sinatra reminds me of my first programming … Continue reading

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I plan to read this interesting article later; Vagrant is an amazing tool for managing virtual machines via a simple to use command line interface. With a simple vagrant up you can be working in a clean environment based on … Continue reading

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I plan to read this interesting article later; Learn Ruby, today. You want to learn Ruby for fun, for a new job, or just to see what all the fuss is about? Start here. via Pocket Ruby Primer

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I plan to read this interesting article later 🙂 RAD is a framework for programming the Arduino physcial computing platform using Ruby. RAD converts Ruby scripts written using a set of Rails-like conventions and helpers into C source code which … Continue reading

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