Julia is a dynamically typed, functional programming language intended to match the readable syntax and ease of use of Python without sacrificing the performance of a traditional compiled language. This guide introduces the main features, benefits, and limitations of Julia and includes a brief section on installation and basic use.
Learn how to get started with Go packages.
Pipenv combines the functionality of Pip and Virtualenv into a single tool, helping to simplify workflows as you install packages and manage virtual environments. This guide will show you how to install Pipenv, create and work with virtual envrionments, and install packages.
This guide gives an overview of continuous integration and continuous development, and discusses how to leverage your Linode to create a CI/CD pipeline.
Strings are one of the most commonly used data types in Python. This guide will show how to create, manipulate, and format strings using Python 3.
Using the Apache web server with Debian to serve Ruby on Rails applications.
Shiny is an R library that enables the creation of interactive data visualizations. This guide will show how to deploy an R Shiny app using Shiny Server.
Learn to deploy a locally developed React application to your Linode using Rsync.
RStudio Server is a the web based version of RStudio for a desktop environment. Gain access to your R development environment from anywhere in the world.
This guide shows how to install the Go programming language on Ubuntu.
R is a programming language commonly used for statistical analysis and data visualization. Learn how to install the base R package on your Linode.
This guide will give a brief introduction to WebSocket as well as introduce the reader to WebSocket API.
This guide shows how to set up a remote development environment on your Linode. You can then connect to it from a remote device such as a tablet or laptop.
This guide will show you how to create a Python virtual environment on your Ubuntu 16.10 Linode.
This tutorial shows how to install Java on CentOS 7.
This how-to tutorial will let you install Java on Debian 8
Install the Oracle Java development kit
Install the Oracle Java Development Kit on Ubuntu Bionic Beaver.
Install the Apache Tomcat Java servlet engine on Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) by following this guide.
Use Unicorn and Nginx to Configure a Ruby on Rails Stack on Ubuntu 14.04
Clojure Deployment with Immutant and WildFly on Ubuntu 14.04
This guide shows how to host a Ruby on Rails application on Debian using NGINX and Passenger.
This tutorial is an introduction to developing with Git and GitHub with instructions on installing Git and creating your first GitHub test repository.
Using the Ruby on Rails framework for Nginx web applications on Debian 7
Using the Apache web server with Debian 8 Wheezy to serve Ruby on Rails applications.