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GeneralRe: North Korea to allow foreigners to use mobile internet Pinmember0bx24-Feb-13 0:59 
NewsFault handler oriented programming PinmemberDan Neely21-Feb-13 16:21 
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NewsSharing Code Between Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:25 
NewsSample Browser for Windows 8 – 5000 Amazing Code Samples PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:25 
NewsHow I Over-Engineered the ASP.NET Health Monitoring Feature PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:24 
GeneralRe: How I Over-Engineered the ASP.NET Health Monitoring Feature PinprotectorAspDotNetDev21-Feb-13 11:58 
NewsBeginning Test-Driven Development in Python PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:23 
Test-driven development (TDD) is a process that has been documented considerably over recent years. A process of baking your tests right into your everyday coding, as opposed to a nagging afterthought, should be something that developers seek to make the norm, rather than some ideal fantasy. The whole process is very simple to get to grips with, and it shouldn’t take too long before you wonder how you were able to get anything done before! There are huge gains to be made from TDD – namely, the quality of your code improving, but also clarity and focus on what it is that you are trying to achieve, and the way in which you will achieve it. TDD also works seamlessly with agile development, and can best be utilized when pair-programming, as you will see later on.
Failing tests is usually a problem... but not here.
NewsEverything You Wanted to Know About Machine Learning, But Were Too Afraid To Ask PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 11:23 
NewsMulti-core scaling: it’s not multi-threaded PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:44 
GeneralRe: Multi-core scaling: it’s not multi-threaded [modified] Pinmemberdusty_dex23-Feb-13 8:58 
GeneralRe: Multi-core scaling: it’s not multi-threaded Pinmemberbitterskittles25-Feb-13 2:13 
NewsSQL is what’s next for Hadoop: Here’s who’s doing it PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:42 
NewsMicrosoft Azure overtakes Amazon's cloud in performance test PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:42 
NewsHow to: Steam on Linux (Debian 7.0) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:41 
NewsHold Your Own Heist: Robert Kirkman's Thief of Thieves Now Interactive Online through IE10 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey21-Feb-13 10:41 
NewsLambda problems leaves Java 8 Dev Preview indefinitely delayed PinmemberKent Sharkey21-Feb-13 8:47 
GeneralRe: Lambda problems leaves Java 8 Dev Preview indefinitely delayed PinmemberRob Grainger22-Feb-13 3:57 
NewsThe Play Framework PinmemberKent Sharkey21-Feb-13 8:43 
NewsGoogle working on touchscreen Chrome device PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona20-Feb-13 21:03 
GeneralRe: Google working on touchscreen Chrome device PinmemberMaximilien21-Feb-13 9:32 
GeneralRe: Google working on touchscreen Chrome device PinmemberRob Grainger22-Feb-13 3:58 
NewsWhy You Need a Social Resume PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh20-Feb-13 17:08 
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GeneralRe: Why You Need a Social Resume PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon20-Feb-13 20:42 

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