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What can Tic-Tac-Toe teach us about object oriented programming?

Join us as we explore source code for a simple Tic-Tac-Toe game written in Ruby, first in a procedural style and later with sound OO principles.

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  • george

    The spec looks very good. RAM 2GB, Rockchip SoC (they have quite good linux support in their webpage) and default debian OS make it a very good platform as a ARM desktop computer.
    The advent (at last!) of device tree based ARM support in Linux kernel makes easier and possible to compile u-boot and kernel for SoCs that endorse it. Rockchip is one of them.

    January 26

  • Michael L.

    The year has started with a few soft launches of Single Board Computers.
    One of the more interesting being the ASUS Tinker Board.

    Of course it takes more than just hardware, in the shape of a Raspberry Pi, to make a successful platform.

    January 23

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