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GeneralRe: Why computers have two zeros: +0 and -0 PinmemberBassam Abdul-Baki4-Oct-12 1:02 
NewsHow Big Data Is Improving Healthcare PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 10:34 
NewsiOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 10:34 
JokeRe: iOS 6 Maps is data-efficient compared to predecessor Pinmemberlewax003-Oct-12 10:57 
NewsMeet the Nimble-Fingered Interface of the Future PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 10:33 
NewsWhy I use Windows 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 10:33 
GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 PinprotectorAspDotNetDev3-Oct-12 12:01 
GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 PinadminChris Maunder4-Oct-12 10:17 
GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 Pinmemberahmed zahmed5-Oct-12 13:48 
GeneralRe: Why I use Windows 8 PinmemberDrABELL7-Oct-12 6:24 
NewsPlayBook OS 2.1 update boosts security, management PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 10:32 
NewsPHP, the web’s most popular programming language, is coming to mobile PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 11:33 
GeneralRe: PHP, the web’s most popular programming language, is coming to mobile PinprotectorAspDotNetDev2-Oct-12 11:41 
NewsAcorn: yet another JavaScript parser PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 11:32 
Acorn is really fast. Just like Esprima. Acorn is tiny. About half as big as Esprima, in lines of code. Still, there's no good reason for Acorn to exist. Esprima is an excellent project, well-documented, and small enough for any practical use. It exposes an interface very similar to Acorn. The only reason I wrote Acorn is that small, well-defined systems are so much fun to work with, and that Esprima's web page very triumphantly declared it was faster than parse_js, the implementation in UglifyJS version 1, which is a port of my own parse-js Common Lisp library. I just had to see if I could do better.
Why did he code it? Because the challenge was there...
NewsWhy does TypeScript have to be the answer to anything? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 11:32 
GeneralRe: Why does TypeScript have to be the answer to anything? PinmemberClifford Nelson2-Oct-12 15:56 
GeneralJavathcript PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic3-Oct-12 2:49 
GeneralRe: Javathcript PinmemberFabrice Leal3-Oct-12 4:53 
NewsThe obligatory TypeScript reaction post PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 11:31 
GeneralMostly good news PinmemberClifford Nelson2-Oct-12 15:55 
GeneralRe: The obligatory TypeScript reaction post [modified] PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 16:44 
NewsJavaScript Sucks PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 11:31 
AnswerRe: JavaScript Sucks PinmemberClifford Nelson2-Oct-12 11:52 
NewsOracle: Java upgrades still worthwhile despite postponed features PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 10:05 
NewsMicrosoft does indeed have their own Windows Phone in the works PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 10:04 
NewsLeading Programmers Remember the Impact of "The C Programming Language" PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 10:04 
GeneralRe: Leading Programmers Remember the Impact of "The C Programming Language" PinmemberDrABELL7-Oct-12 6:36 
NewsComputer science and JavaScript: Merge sort PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 10:03 
NewsThe Story of the New Microsoft.com PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Oct-12 10:03 
News10 lessons for uncultured web developers PinmemberWonde Tadesse1-Oct-12 11:57 
GeneralRe: 10 lessons for uncultured web developers PinmemberExpert Coming1-Oct-12 12:18 
GeneralRe: 10 lessons for uncultured web developers PinmemberForogar1-Oct-12 12:33 
GeneralRe: 10 lessons for uncultured web developers PinmemberExpert Coming1-Oct-12 12:35 
GeneralRe: 10 lessons for uncultured web developers Pinmemberlewax001-Oct-12 14:42 
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GeneralRe: 10 lessons for uncultured web developers Pinmemberpeterchen2-Oct-12 10:54 
GeneralGood article, definately worth a 5...Thanks PinmemberClifford Nelson2-Oct-12 11:57 
GeneralRe: Good article, definately worth a 5...Thanks PinmemberWonde Tadesse2-Oct-12 16:56 
NewsThe Windows 8 & Ultrabook App Innovation Contest PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 8:36 
NewsOMG, Test Driven Development actually works! PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 8:36 
GeneralRe: OMG, Test Driven Development actually works! PinprotectorMarc Clifton2-Oct-12 6:13 
NewsTypeScript: JavaScript Development at Application Scale PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 8:35 
GeneralRe: TypeScript: JavaScript Development at Application Scale - DOUBLE REPOST! PinmemberForogar1-Oct-12 9:16 
GeneralRe: TypeScript: JavaScript Development at Application Scale - DOUBLE REPOST! PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 9:20 
NewsNamespacing in PHP PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 8:35 
NewsThe CD player turns 30 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 8:34 
NewsAnders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript [video] PinstaffTerrence Dorsey1-Oct-12 7:27 

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