Which Open Source Wiki Works For You? (2 tags)
An old idea--user-writable web pages--has taken off again recently. Wikis are becoming more popular as tools for communication and collaboration. There are also several dozen packages to create them. Shlomi Fish compares features of several popular open source Perl, Python, and PHP Wikis.
What Is Greasemonkey (2 tags)
Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that lets you write scripts to alter the web pages you visit. Mark Pilgrim, author of Greasemonkey Hacks, shows how to install and use Greasemonkey to enhance your Firefox surfing experience.
The Java Platform (2 tags)
In this excerpt from O'Reilly & Associates' Java in a Nutshell, 4th Edition, David Flanagan shows you a number of the Java 2SE platform packages, using examples of the most useful classes in these packages.
Eight Tips for Migrating to Enterprise VoIP (2 tags)
Ted Wallingford answers the eight most frequent questions asked by prospective VoIP adopters, and offers advice to get you started on the path to enterprise VoIP. Ted is the author of Switching to VoIP.
What Is Asterisk (2 tags)
Asterisk is an open source PBX (private branch exchange) that provides all the functionality of high-end business telephone systems, and much more. Brian McConnell explains how Asterisk works and where to get it, and provides an overview of its feature set and its platform capabilities.