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Coding: Not Just for Developers
When it's time to write code, developers may do the heavy lifting, but they don't do all the work. The fact of the matter is, if you're a system administrator and you aren't spending some of your time writing code, you may not be as good a problem solver as you'd like to think.

To Support or Not Support IE?
Internet Explorer, in its many incarnations, is still one of the most popular web browsers in use today. But it drives many website developers straight up a tree, because it is more difficult to support than other browsers Ė especially older versions of IE. Many developers now wonder if continuing to support IE is worth the hassle.

Administration: Networking OSX and Win 7
It's possible to get Apple's OS X and Microsoft's Windows 7 talking to each other and sharing files. But how easy is it? And can it be done at high speeds? One of our Dev Shed forum members asks this question. He's received one answer so far; if you know of other methods, we'd love to hear from you.

DotNetNuke Gets Social
If you've been using open source content management system DotNetNuke to keep things organized on your company's Microsoft.NET platform, we have good news. You can now take advantage of new social features in a big way.

Integrating MailChimp with Joomla: Creating Campaigns
Joomla! is one of the most widely used, developed, and supported content management system (CMS) on the Internet. It offers a powerful set of default features, uses the MVC methodology for extension development, offers an active community support forum, provides an extension repository featuring over 8,000 extensions, and above else, simplifies the installation process allowing novice adopters to install it with ease. With such a large default feature set, it is rather obvious why it is one of the most popular CMS platforms available.

Integrating MailChimp with Joomla: List Management
In this third part of a four-part series on the Joomla MailChimp plug-in for managing e-mail campaigns, you'll learn how to handle subscription sign-ups and manage your mailing lists.

Integrating MailChimp with Joomla: Building a Subscriber List
In this second part of a four-part series on integrating Mailchimp with the Joomla content management system, you'll learn how to create a subscriber list, and how to install and configure JoomlaMailer. So if you use Joomla for your website and send out newsletters for your business, keep reading to learn how to simplify this process.

Integrating MailChimp with Joomla
Joomla! is one of the most widely used, developed, and supported content management system (CMS) on the Internet. It offers a powerful set of default features, uses the MVC methodology for extension development, offers an active community support forum, provides an extension repository featuring over 8,000 extensions, and above else, simplifies the installation process allowing novice adopters to install it with ease. With such a large default feature set, it is rather obvious why it is one of the most popular CMS platforms available. This article is the first of a four-part series.

More Top WordPress Plugins for Social Media
Are you still looking for more social media plugins to help boost your WordPress site through integration with some of the most popular social networking sites around? If our previously released list containing ShareThis, AddToAny, SexyBookmarks, Sociable, and I Love Social Bookmarking didnít do the trick, here are some similar plugins that might have the features you are looking for.

Optimizing Security: SSH Public Key Authentication
The main benefit of SSH Public Key authentication is that your website will be protected against brute force attacks, and enjoy the benefits of encrypted communication. Brute force attacks are automated random guessing of passwords in your SSH server in an attempt to access it illegally. This tutorial will show you how to use public key authentication.

Patches and Rejects in Software Configuration Management
In this conclusion to a four-part series on cross-platform software development, you'll learn how to handle patches and rejects. This article is excerpted from chapter three of the book Cross-Platform Development in C++, written by Syd Logan (Addison-Wesley; ISBN: 032124642X).

Configuring a CVS Server
In this third part of a four-part article series on software configuration management, you'll learn how to set up and use a CVS server. We'll also start looking at the patch program. This article is excerpted from chapter three of the book Cross-Platform Development in C++, written by Syd Logan (Addison-Wesley; ISBN: 032124642X).

Managing Code and Teams for Cross-Platform Software Projects
In this second part of a four-part series on software configuration management, you'll learn how to manage the complexity innherent in building cross-platform software, especially with large teams. This article is excerpted from chapter three of the book Cross-Platform Development in C++, written by Syd Logan (Addison-Wesley; ISBN: 032124642X).

Software Configuration Management
If you want to use a software configuration management system to do cross-platform development, certain important considerations apply. This article, the first in a four-part series, takes an in-depth look at the requirements of an SCM system for cross-platform projects. It is excerpted from chapter three of the book Cross-Platform Development in C++, written by Syd Logan (Addison-Wesley; ISBN: 032124642X).

Back Up a Joomla Site with Akeeba Backup
Joomla! is one of the most widely used content management systems (CMS) on the Internet today. It is used by tens of millions of websites and has been under constant development since it forked from the Mambo project in 2005. While Joomla! includes an impressive array of features, including blogs, categories and sections, user management, email announcements, built-in search, and over 7,500 modular extensions, one necessary feature it still lacks is a built-in backup system.

Install and Optimize PlayOnLinux on Ubuntu and Wine
If you find it necessary to run Windows programs or applications in Ubuntu, you should take a closer look at PlayOnLinux. This program is powered by Wine to run Windows programs on Ubuntu, even if those applications are designed to optimally run on different Wine versions or settings.

Top Wordpress Plugins for e-Commerce
WordPress is a great platform for creating and maintaining a fully-functional website. One of the best parts of WordPress is its vast catalog of plugins that increase its functionality. One such category of plugins deals with e-commerce. These nifty tools can help transform your site into an online store in just minutes. Here are five of the top free e-commerce plugins around.

Top WordPress Plugins to Fight Spam
You could say that spam is pretty much a fact of life when it comes to the internet. It comes in many forms, and all are irritating to different degrees. If you want to keep your site clean and free of spam, there are options. To give you an idea of what you can call on for help, here is a list of five of the top WordPress plugins to fight spam.

Top Six Drupal Modules to Prevent Spam
There are some wonderful Drupal modules that can help your site in its quest to fight spam. If you are looking to protect your email addresses from harvesting or just want to eliminate spammy posts and comments, this list is for you. Here are six of the top Drupal modules for spam prevention.

Install XAMPP on Windows
In this following XAMPP tutorial, you will learn how to install XAMPP Windows on XP or Win 7. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a fully working and configured XAMPP PHP installation on your Windows system, which will serve as your local Apache web server bundled with PHP (or PERL) and MySQL.