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(Common Gateway Interface), is generally the most way for web servers to interact dynamically with users. Common uses include online feedback and online forms.
This takes the form of a computer program that allows web servers to forward requests for processing to other programs, which then return their results to the web server.
Depending on the context in which the acronym is used, CGI can also stand for Computer Generated Graphics.
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I have only glanced over this site a tiny bit, but every single post has my attention. From Indiana University's screen reference to a tag-cloud snippet for a tumblr blog to python code to handle simple tasks- this site is awesome!
How about applying a little data visualization techniques to the realm of network security? This website is full of examples of people who have done just that. As a system administrator, it may be much easier to visually identify patterns... here is a great place to start!
This is a great blog that can walk you through a journey into JavaFX. There are games and download-able source code packages! I am really looking forward to spending more time investigating this site!