This Week On developerWorks for May 24, 2013
William von Hagen from WordSmiths discusses Scribus, the open source, graphical desktop publishing (DTP) tool that focuses on layout, frames, styles, color management, and intercolumn document flow. Scribus is free software that runs on the Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X platforms, and provides most of the capabilities of traditional DTP tools at no cost.
Other news This Week On developerWorks
Lalatendu Patro is a software deveoper at IBM who's just published an article on the Net Search Extender verification tool to make sure your full text searches on DB2 databases are as accurate as possible.
Timi Ogunjobi is a software engineer and author at Xceedia Limited who is an expert at setting up Drupal multisite installs. His article will show you step by step instructions for installing Drupal so that you can run and manage multiple independent Drupal-based web sites from a single install.
Benjamin Leonhardi, Piotr Pruski, Andre Albuquerque are IBMers who have just written an article on integrating IBM's PureData System for Analytics with IBM Big Insights so you can develop applications that drill into massive amounts of data and extract meaningful insights from it.
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