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NewsWhich 1 of Microsoft’s top 3 software development roles is right for you? PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh9-Jan-13 18:37 
NewsMicrosoft Officially Ditching Messenger, Switching Users to Skype in March PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh9-Jan-13 18:34 
News8 Key Changes In Microsoft SharePoint 2013 PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh9-Jan-13 18:33 
NewsPerforce as a datastore, with Client-Side MVC PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:49 
NewsVisualizing TFS Source History PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:49 
NewsCharles Petzold and the DirectX Factor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:48 
NewsDoes Browser Sniffing Still Have a Place? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:48 
NewsHash Table Shootout 2: Rise of the Interpreter Machines PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:48 
When writing LuaHashMap, the biggest question was always, "How is the performance?". The dogma is that it should be slow since it's going through an interpreter ("scripting language"). But wisdom demands benchmarks before making unsubstantiated claims.... So this seemed like a good basis to start a new round of benchmarks. But why stop at Lua? So let's do a whole suite of interpreted languages that would otherwise be dismissed. So I'm incorportating Lua, Python, Ruby, Perl, and Tcl.
Interpreted "scripting" languages don't have to be slow. Here's why.
NewsProbability Theory — A Primer PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:07 
NewsWriting A Programming Book PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:06 
NewsMobile’s future is in finding solutions to the problems that are all around us PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:06 
NewsThe changing face of computers on screen PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:06 
NewsWhom the Gods Would Destroy, They First Give Real-time Analytics PinstaffTerrence Dorsey9-Jan-13 12:05 
News8 Most common mistakes C# developers make PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:10 
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GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh8-Jan-13 18:38 
GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make PinmemberDan Neely9-Jan-13 3:45 
GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make Pinmember ProgramFOX9-Jan-13 8:37 
NewsEsoteric Programming Languages PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:09 
GeneralRe: Esoteric Programming Languages PinmemberBassam Abdul-Baki9-Jan-13 2:34 
NewsFirst cracks appear in Windows RT’s locked-down desktop PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:09 
NewsVMware Vs Microsoft: It's Time To Stop The Madness PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:09 

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