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GeneralRe: Why Use Make PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic24-Feb-13 13:00 
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NewsJava was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 11:20 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language Pinmemberdusty_dex26-Feb-13 7:40 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language PinmemberDan Neely26-Feb-13 9:24 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language Pinmemberdusty_dex26-Feb-13 10:40 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language PinmemberDan Neely26-Feb-13 11:59 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language Pinmemberdusty_dex26-Feb-13 14:24 
GeneralRe: Java was not the first "Write Once, Read Anywhere" language Pinmemberdusty_dex27-Feb-13 6:14 
NewsBalancing a flexible work environment PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 10:15 
GeneralRe: Balancing a flexible work environment PinmemberDan Neely25-Feb-13 4:19 
JokeRe: Balancing a flexible work environment PinmemberJan Steyn26-Feb-13 4:26 
NewsDomain Knowledge or a lack thereof PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 10:15 
NewsWhy are there no true cross-platform filesystems? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 10:14 
After so many years of multiple OSes, I am surprised that there isn’t a single filesystem that is truely cross-platform and modern. The keyword is modern. FAT32 is still the only candidate for a true cross-platform Filesystem, but its dated, it has very hard limitations on file-sizes that makes it hard if you want to store 4gig+ movies, games, and other data.
Are cloud backup services like Dropbox becoming the de-facto cross-platform filesystem?
NewsInside the PlayStation 4: A balanced approach to building a game console PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 10:14 
GeneralRe: Inside the PlayStation 4: A balanced approach to building a game console PinmemberMarco Bertschi24-Feb-13 11:04 
NewsReading Sensors with Scratch PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Feb-13 10:13 
NewsAzure Stored Worldwide Outage Due to Expired SSL Certificate PinprotectorAspDotNetDev22-Feb-13 13:57 
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GeneralRe: Azure Stored Worldwide Outage Due to Expired SSL Certificate PinmvpEddy Vluggen23-Feb-13 9:12 
GeneralRe: Azure Stored Worldwide Outage Due to Expired SSL Certificate PinprotectorMarc Clifton22-Feb-13 17:39 
GeneralRe: Azure Stored Worldwide Outage Due to Expired SSL Certificate PinmvpEddy Vluggen23-Feb-13 9:19 
NewsAfter so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? PinmemberKent Sharkey22-Feb-13 10:03 
GeneralQt is an alternative PinmemberMarco Bertschi22-Feb-13 12:18 
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GeneralRe: Qt is an alternative PinmemberFabio Franco26-Feb-13 8:34 
GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? Pinmemberii_noname_ii25-Feb-13 23:30 
GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? PinmemberStefan_Lang26-Feb-13 1:27 
GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? Pinmemberjschell26-Feb-13 9:58 
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GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? PinmemberReese Currie26-Feb-13 3:41 
GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? PinmemberKent Sharkey26-Feb-13 6:33 
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GeneralRe: After so many hacks, why won't Java just go away? Pinmemberthomas.michaud26-Feb-13 6:31 
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GeneralBefore so many hacks, Java Applets have gone away PinmemberChad3F26-Feb-13 15:43 
GeneralRe: Before so many hacks, Java Applets have gone away PinmemberKent Sharkey26-Feb-13 15:50 

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