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GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? PinmemberPIEBALDconsult10-Jan-13 13:53 
GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? Pinmember0bx11-Jan-13 8:53 
GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? PinmemberClifford Nelson10-Jan-13 16:02 
GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? PinprotectorMarc Clifton10-Jan-13 17:16 
GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? PinmemberRon Anders10-Jan-13 19:26 
GeneralRe: Does The World Still Need Visual Basic? PinmemberPhat (Phillip) H. VU10-Jan-13 19:54 
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NewsRails' Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Explained PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 12:49 
NewsInternalReprogrammability PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 12:49 
NewsThe Unreasonable Effectiveness of C PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 12:48 
GeneralRe: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of C PinmemberClifford Nelson10-Jan-13 16:08 
NewsMicrosoft Surface Pro hands-on PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 11:14 
GeneralRe: Microsoft Surface Pro hands-on PinmemberClifford Nelson10-Jan-13 16:10 
NewsIt’s time for Microsoft to switch to WebKit for IE PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 11:13 
With all of the hype about HTML 5, it sounded like we were on the way to web development nirvana where as long as you coded to the HTML 5 spec, things would “just work”. This is a great idea and it would be true except for the fact that developers are not coding to the HTML 5 spec, they are making sure that their stuff works great with WebKit based browsers. You can’t blame them since Safari and Chrome use WebKit, and therefore a huge majority of their mobile users are on WebKit. The W3C sees the danger of this and is very concerned that WebKit could become the defacto standard.
You can't browser sniff for Karma.
GeneralRe: It’s time for Microsoft to switch to WebKit for IE PinmemberClifford Nelson10-Jan-13 16:11 
NewsCritical Java zero-day bug is being “massively exploited in the wild” PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 11:13 
NewsLearning From The Masters: Level Design In The Legend Of Zelda PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 11:12 
News13 App Design Trends For 2013 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey10-Jan-13 11:12 
NewsSurface Pro Review PinmemberCollin Jasnoch10-Jan-13 3:44 
GeneralRe: Surface Pro Review PinmemberMaximilien10-Jan-13 4:17 
GeneralRe: Surface Pro Review Pinmemberthrakazog10-Jan-13 6:18 
GeneralRe: Surface Pro Review PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon10-Jan-13 6:34 
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GeneralRe: Surface Pro Review PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon10-Jan-13 6:57 
NewsMaybe teaching Watson some new words wasn't such a good idea... PinmentorDaveAuld9-Jan-13 21:38 
GeneralRe: Maybe teaching Watson some new words wasn't such a good idea... Pinmember0bx10-Jan-13 13:45 
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 
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 
GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make [modified] Pinmemberharold aptroot8-Jan-13 12:33 
GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make [modified] PinmemberPIEBALDconsult8-Jan-13 13:53 
GeneralRe: 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make Pinmemberlewax008-Jan-13 20:32 
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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 
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NewsEsoteric Programming Languages PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:09 
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NewsFirst cracks appear in Windows RT’s locked-down desktop PinstaffTerrence Dorsey8-Jan-13 12:09 

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