DevynCJohnson
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DevynCJohnson

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I have learned SQLite3 and strengthened my Python skills. I am still learning C/C++11. Jul 16, 2014

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    1. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I learned Ceylon (new computer language).
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    2. lin.and.phi
      lin.and.phi
      hi! i just stumbled upon your great tutorials (linux kernel compiling) and wanted to thank you. efforts like these keep newbies like me going :)
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks for the compliments! Reader like you give me a reason to write the tutorials.
        Nov 30, 2013
      3. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Do not forget to click "Like" on the articles that you like.
        Nov 30, 2013
    3. danilo.naid
      danilo.naid
      Hi, im new at this forum and i dont know how to ask so. well, i want to create a own distribution. so i wonder how do i do this? i have downloaded the kernel 3.12.1 but how do i set it up? right now im useing fedora.
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        The best way this can get answered is to ask on the forums by clicking "Forums" near the top of the page. Then, pick the category that best matches your question. Lastly, click "Create new thread" and ask your question.
        Nov 29, 2013
    4. CyberSEAL777
      CyberSEAL777
      You should look at khanacademy.org on the LEARN tab to Math tab and pick a math course how they break a subject down to learn especially in mathematics. You can sort of do that with this website to make it funner and also know that your members are actually learning linux. khanacademy.org will give you an idea on how to make a free LINUX school.
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks! I like that idea.
        Nov 21, 2013
    5. JasonHH
      JasonHH
      I love your articles, as well as love Linux..
      Thank you!
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks for the complement and thanks for reading.
        Nov 16, 2013
    6. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      Trying to find ways to make Linux.org a better and more productive website.
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    7. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I am now attending ITT Tech.
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    8. Muhammad Arif
      Muhammad Arif
      hi how r u?
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Aloha! I am great how are you?
        Sep 16, 2013
    9. Prashant Agrawal
      Prashant Agrawal
      Hey can you help in writing a java program for getting list of all devices connected
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      3. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I know a lot about Python3 (not python2). However, there are some areas in Python3 I could know better. As for Java, all I know is it is a slow cross-platform language (^u^). All of my programs are written in BASH or Python3. I should be able to assist you with Python3.
        Sep 14, 2013
      4. Prashant Agrawal
        Prashant Agrawal
        I want to code a script in python to change the nice value of a process whose pid is given without using the system call of os module
        Sep 15, 2013
      5. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        The subprocess module is the best. Try
        import subprocess
        JOB = subprocess.getoutput('SHELL COMMAND')

        The JOB variable will allow you to see the output if any. You will then type the shell command in place of SHELL COMMAND.
        Sep 16, 2013
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    11. gogocode
      gogocode
      thank you for this amazing series , i wish if you teach us more about kernel like modifying the source code , submit patch .....etc
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Thanks for the suggestion. I will do that. First, I need to finish discussing the configuration process. Then, I need to discuss compiling and installing the kernel. At that point, I will write on all of the suggested topic. Thanks for the idea!
        Aug 19, 2013
    12. Primit1v3
      Primit1v3
      kernel question for you....I've read that lowlatency kernels are slightly better for laptops running single or dual core processors. In your opinion, would it be smart for me to switch to a lowlatency kernel on my Gateway NE56R41u w/Intel B960 2.2ghz dual core and 8gb of RAM???
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      3. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Aug 9, 2013
      4. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        In summary, if it is not broken, do not fix it.
        Aug 9, 2013
      5. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        I really like your question. In a future Linux kernel article, I will discuss the different kernel types, so you will be able to learn a lot. This series is going to be long though, so it will be a while before that article is written.
        Aug 9, 2013
    13. Fabriece Sumuni
      Fabriece Sumuni
      Hei, I don't know how familiar you are with Android as an OS. If you are, can you write a post about the organization and building it from source. I like the way you structure your guides.
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      2. DevynCJohnson
        DevynCJohnson
        Great idea and thanks for the compliment! I will first need to complete my Linux kernel series. In the mean time, I will study Android so I can make the perfect article series. I cannot guarantee anything though; I will only write an article once I feel I know the subject well.
        Aug 3, 2013
    14. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
      I am loving the new site!
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Aug 31, 1994 (Age: 20)
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    Occupation:
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    Devyn Collier Johnson is a programmer, technical author, and a fan of Linux. He attends college as a commuting student maintaining the Dean's list. He majors in electrical technology engineering and plans to earn several other degrees in computers technology and programming. Devyn Collier Johnson has learned many computer languages, bindings, and APIs. Some he taught himself while others his father taught him and helped him understand. Some of the languages and bindings he knows include Python2&3, Xaiml, AIML, Unix Shell, PyQt, PyGTK/PyGObject, Coffeescript, Lua, Scala, Ceylon, HTML4/5, CSS3, SVG, and many others. He knows some data structures such as SQLite3, JSON, and more. Devyn has learned about other languages, bindings, data structures, libraries, APIs, and such (just contact me if you need to know about my other programming skills). Devyn is familiar and has used many operating systems, IDEs, and compilers. He earned four computer certifications in 2012 and those four being NCLA, Linux+, LPIC-1, and DCTS; he has also earned one college degree. His Linux Professional ID is LPI000254694. Devyn has also contributed to various projects such as Wallch, SuperTux, Firefox, and others.

    In July 2012, Devyn Collier Johnson decided to make his own chatterbot. He designed his own database language (Xaiml) and AI/SI engine (ProgramPY-SH or Pysh). On March 3, 2013, Devyn published his new chatterbot on Launchpad.net. The bot is named Neo (https://launchpad.net/neobot) which is from the Proto-Indo European word for "new". He has created other chatbots that use the Pysh engine. Devyn is the inventor and copyright owner of Pysh, Xaiml, and the Betabots.

    Devyn maintains a few other projects. He makes Firefox themes (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/user/DevynCJohnson/); he also has many other graphic design projects. His main programming projects are hosted on https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d, and some are found on Sourceforge.net and Github. Some of his projects can be found in the links below.

    https://github.com/DevynCJohnson
    http://askubuntu.com/users/158340/devyn-collier-johnson
    http://www.linux.org/members/devyncjohnson.4843/
    http://devyncjohnson.deviantart.com/
    https://launchpad.net/neobot
    http://fullcirclemagazine.org/issue-74/ - I wrote the Clementine review
    http://bsdmag.org/magazine/1848-day-to-day-bsd-administration - I wrote an article in this magazine
    https://www.youtube.com/user/devyncjohnson/
    https://launchpad.net/~devyncjohnson-d

    Email: DevynCJohnson@Gmail.com (DevynCJohnson at Gmail dot com)
    Google+: Google.com/+DevynJohnson

    Devyn is willing to relocate for any large company that wants to hire him. His phone number, resume, and references are available upon request from a valid company email address. He is also eager to learn and is open to any training programs any company may wish to provide.

    Donations are welcome via Paypal. Paypal account is the same as my email address.
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