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GeneralRe: Some Anti-Malware basics PinmemberLloyd Atkinson30-Dec-12 6:30 
NewsThree Paradigms in Programming PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:40 
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NewsFloraJS - Simulate natural systems with JavaScript PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:40 
NewsWhich is faster? Why we can't profile code for you. PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:39 
NewsA programmer’s guide to big data: 12 tools to know PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:39 
NewsThe Impoliteness of Overriding Methods PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:38 
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NewsThe Future of Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 Development PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:17 
NewsThe legacy of NeXT lives on in OS X PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:17 
NewsAll I Want For Christmas (A Developer’s Wishlist) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:16 
NewsRaspberry Pi Gets An App Store PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:16 
NewsA short history of Christmas malware PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Dec-12 11:16 
NewsThe Benefits of Regular Deployment PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:34 
When developing software, it makes sense to 'fail early, fail often'; to become aware of mistakes quickly and to learn from them. This means being able to deliver software as early in development as possible. This makes it easier to gather opinions and promote discussions with the people who would want to use the application; and then respond to the feedback. Over the past decade, Red Gate has learned a lot, often the hard way, about the value of delivering software early and often or, perhaps more accurately, the cost of not doing so. Here, we explain what exactly we've learned and how we've adapted our software delivery processes, as a result.
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NewsWhat I Learned Building My First 4 Windows 8 Apps PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:33 
NewsThe value of typing code PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:33 
NewsThe future of JavaScript: a CoffeeScript-like workflow PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:32 
GeneralRe: The future of JavaScript: a CoffeeScript-like workflow PinmemberJudah Himango18-Dec-12 11:52 
NewsNuclearWinter - libraries to develop games and applications using XNA. PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 11:32 
NewsThe Flat Design Aesthetic: A Discussion PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:43 
NewsA Python Compiler for Big Data PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:42 
NewsDoing gravity right PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:42 
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NewsGoogle’s Exchange ActiveSync Debacle PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:41 
NewsPerl: The First Twenty-Five Years PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Dec-12 10:41 
NewsThe Building Blocks of a F# Markdown Parser PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:21 
NewsThe C# Memory Model in Theory and Practice PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:21 
NewsDumping a C++ object’s memory layout with Clang PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:20 
News“I don’t understand” PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:20 
NewsCode Writer for Windows 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 11:19 
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NewsUsing Windows 8′s “hidden” backup to clone and recover your whole PC PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:23 
NewsWhy Xbox failed in Japan PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:22 
NewsWebmote - a mobile web interface for controlling devices PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:22 
NewsYour Very First Microprocessor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:21 
NewsHTML5 specification finalized as work continues on the next chapter in web standards PinstaffTerrence Dorsey17-Dec-12 10:21 
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NewsWindows 8 apps hackable and crackable, just like iOS and Android PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:16 
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NewsEvidence suggesting that young computer programmers have “bilingual brains” PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:15 
NewsBrython - Python in the browser PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:15 
NewsDear Open Source Project Leader: Quit Being A Jerk PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:14 
NewsYou Are Not Your Code PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 10:14 
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NewsThe top 10 game developers of 2012 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-Dec-12 9:10 
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