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How to write XML-RPC clients

The XML-RPC network protocol is popular, small, and lightweight. It’s designed for clients to make function calls to a server and receive the results in a simple and language-independent manner. Recently developed servers will probably offer remote procedure calls based on more modern technology, for example gRPC. However it’s very possible you will still need to […]

Melbourne Knowledge Week and some Raspberry Pi

Guiding partners through the PaperCut application by day, and occasional technology coach at the weekends. Recently I donned the PaperCut t-shirt and got down to programming with kids and adults of all ages using Raspberry Pi and Minecraft at Melbourne Knowledge Week. The event was held by the City of Melbourne here in Victoria to […]

PaperCut 11.5 is now available for download

Along with usual collection of enhancements and fixes comes PaperCut Web Cashier. This feature will be useful for educational institutions and other organisations who want to offer a simple mechanism for users to purchase good and services, such as binding, using PaperCut accounts. As well as purchasing items, users can also make over the counter deposits. […]