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GeneralRe: Ad industry calls IE10's 'Do Not Track' setting 'unacceptable' Pin
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NewsHP CEO: We’re screwed (for the next few years) Pin
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NewsA Coder Interview With Darrel Miller Pin
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NewsThe Pitfalls of Cut and Paste Coding Pin
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NewsOpen Source Big Data for the Impatient Pin
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Generalmore useless jargon technology? Pin
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NewsHow browsers work Pin
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NewsRuby -vs- Python Pin
Terrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:05
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Ruby and Python. Two languages. Two communities. Both have a similar target: to make software development better. Better than Java, better than PHP and better for everyone. But where is the difference? And what language is “better”? For the last question I can say: none is better. Both camps are awesome and do tons of great stuff. But for the first question the answer is longer. And I hope to provide that in this little article.
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a split decision.
NewsWhy computers have two zeros: +0 and -0 Pin
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NewsHow Big Data Is Improving Healthcare Pin
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NewsiOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor Pin
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JokeRe: iOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor Pin
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NewsMeet the Nimble-Fingered Interface of the Future Pin
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NewsWhy I use Windows 8 Pin
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GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 Pin
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GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 Pin
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NewsPlayBook OS 2.1 update boosts security, management Pin
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NewsPHP, the web’s most popular programming language, is coming to mobile Pin
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NewsAcorn: yet another JavaScript parser Pin
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NewsWhy does TypeScript have to be the answer to anything? Pin
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