1. How to install XAMPP on Windows Server 2008 R2


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    This screen cast walks you through installation of Apache, PHP, Mysql, PHPmyadmin, Perl on Windows Server 2008 R2.

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    • Run BASIC Tour


      from Carl Gundel / Added

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      A tour of the Run BASIC programming system, a really easy way to make personal web apps.

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      • Fast Open (Go To File)


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        Fast Open allows you to quickly navigate to your Project files or manage your currently opened files. When used right it's one of the most powerful tools you can have at your fingertips. The default shortcuts to open Fast Open are: Cmd+Shift+O - On Mac OSX Ctrl+Shift+O - On Windows or Linux

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        • Auto-Abbreviations (Snippets)


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          Aut-Abbreviations increase your productivity by working with you to write code faster. You define your snippets and their trigger and continue to write your code without having to even think about invoking an abbreviation, it's all done for you so that you can stay in "the zone".

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          • PERL - Film institutionnel


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            Réalisé à partir des interviews des locataires de la rue Olivier de Serres et d'Anne Hidalgo.

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            • Jenkins' Log Clip #30


              from Jason Jenkins / Added

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              It's official! Clip 30 in the Jenkins' Log saga! Never thought it would come this far. Thanks for all of the love. Featuring: Brian Delaney, Dana Ericson, Curt Daley, John Wisdom, Thompson Bond, Nate Keegan, Ariel Perl, Lance, Eli Reed Song: Marvin Gaye - "Trouble Man"

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              • Using Perl Exploits


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                • An introduction to MooseX::Declare


                  from Piers Cawley / Added

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                  A recording of a talk given to the London Perl Mongers, originally titled 'Moose For Ruby Programmers', which discusses the absolutely fabulous MooseX::Declare module and why you shouldn't use it.

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                  • Map of CPAN – The Movie


                    from Grant McLean / Added

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                    The Map of CPAN (http://mapofcpan.org) is an interactive tool for exploring modules of Perl code uploaded to CPAN (the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network). Areas of colour on the map represent groups of modules that share a namespace. The map is updated daily to reflect new uploads and these new uploads cause namespace areas to grow. This movie is a compilation of map images for an 18 month period and allows you to view the growth and the 'continental drift' that results from growing regions pushing others around. Each dark spot that flashes briefly on the map represents one new upload to CPAN (note this is only new modules, not updates to existing ones). Download the 39MB original MP4 for the best video quality.

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                    • Jenkins' Log Clip #25


                      from Jason Jenkins / Added

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                      Log Clip 25... Man, I didn't think it would ever get this far. As a special treat for the 25th episode, I upgraded to 1080p. Just purchased a 7D setup under a month ago and haven't looked back since. Enjoy! Featuring: Brett Star, Andrew Whittier, Curt Daley, Ariel Perl, Devin Woelfel, Rob Cabral, and the whole crew. Song: ESG - UFO

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