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GeneralRe: Peter O'Hanlon: Ultimate Coder PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon21-Feb-13 11:38 
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NewsThe Myth of Perfect Markup PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 12:34 
GeneralRe: The Myth of Perfect Markup Pinmemberdusty_dex23-Feb-13 14:56 
NewsUbuntu for Phones – Analysis for Potential and Visual Breakdown PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 11:39 
NewsWhich Site Is Responsible For The Recent Major Tech Company Hacks? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 11:39 
NewsCan the console stay relevant in the new era of gaming? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 11:38 
NewsChina’s Army Is Seen as Tied to Hacking Against U.S. PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 11:38 
An unusually detailed 60-page study, to be released Tuesday by Mandiant, an American computer security firm, tracks for the first time individual members of the most sophisticated of the Chinese hacking groups — known to many of its victims in the United States as “Comment Crew” or “Shanghai Group” — to the doorstep of the military unit’s headquarters. The firm was not able to place the hackers inside the 12-story building, but makes a case there is no other plausible explanation for why so many attacks come out of one comparatively small area. “Either they are coming from inside Unit 61398,” said Kevin Mandia, the founder and chief executive of Mandiant, in an interview last week, “or the people who run the most-controlled, most-monitored Internet networks in the world are clueless about thousands of people generating attacks from this one neighborhood.”
Wouldn't you prefer a nice game of chess?
GeneralRe: China’s Army Is Seen as Tied to Hacking Against U.S. Pinmemberdusty_dex23-Feb-13 15:03 
NewsUsing SimCity to diagnose my home town's traffic problem PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-Feb-13 11:38 
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NewsBoxen PinmemberKent Sharkey19-Feb-13 8:30 
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NewsOnly *you* can save Python (in the UK/EU) PinmemberKent Sharkey18-Feb-13 12:26 
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NewsHttpClient now available for WinPhone PinmemberKent Sharkey18-Feb-13 11:56 
NewsTeaching Real-World Programming PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Feb-13 11:31 
GeneralRe: Teaching Real-World Programming PinmemberPaul Conrad18-Feb-13 14:11 
GeneralRe: Teaching Real-World Programming PinmemberDan Neely19-Feb-13 2:49 
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NewsSeven dirty secrets of data visualisation PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Feb-13 11:31 
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NewsForth Warrior, a Programming Game PinstaffTerrence Dorsey18-Feb-13 11:31 

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