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Setting up JWildfire as a Project in NetBeans

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to set up JWildfire in the NetBeans IDE so you can edit the software in one of the best Java IDEs available. This will allow you to make custom variations of … Continue reading

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Understanding How Fractal Transforms Are Processed

Table of Contents Intro Engine Analysis I) Background II) Logic III) The Real Details IV) How Transforms Work Tips and Tricks Using Xaos Flame vs. Fractal Final Remarks

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Fractal Spotlight: JWildfire

Table of Contents Intro + downloads Language Choice Comments “Artwork”

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My website is up!

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How to Change The Interior of Your Webpage…

… without erasing the entire thing. In this article, I’ll teach you how to do this by editing a single division, making it easy for you to add a feature on your web page that changes with a Javascript function. … Continue reading

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Argh! Ruby!

I tried out Ruby, really excited to get to learn a new language. My first impressions were great – I saw convenience everywhere. But the more I tried things out, the more holes I started to see.

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Clojure in a Closure – A New IDE for yet another Scripting Language

Rich Hickey and his core programming team put together the dynamic programming language they call “Clojure“. There are so many programming languages out there, it’s hard to get yours noticed much less used. To draw attention to their language, the … Continue reading

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OCRemix Profiles: Joshua Morse

This is my first post in what might be a series of posts about Over Clocked Remix (usually shortened to OCRemix). Naturally, I decided to start with a post on one of my favorite OCRemixers, composer Joshua Morse. According to … Continue reading

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Avoiding the Issue = Making Progress in the Software World

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) got around to reporting the Arstechnica article about the problem with software patent “scale”. What is this issue and how is it to be resolved in the real world?

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Licking Mints…

This is my first post on this blog using a Linux-based operating system. Currently, I’m running Linux Mint, supposedly the 4th most-used operating system in the world. I used to not think anyone but geeks used Linux OSes, but this … Continue reading

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