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GeneralRe: The MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor Pinmemberbitterskittles4-Mar-13 5:34 
NewsAnother battery breakthrough! PinmemberSuper Lloyd2-Mar-13 5:39 
GeneralRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinprotectorAspDotNetDev2-Mar-13 12:37 
JokeRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing3-Mar-13 12:05 
NewsName.com is Doing Some Really Sketchy Stuff PinprotectorAspDotNetDev1-Mar-13 17:01 
NewsHow HTML 5 can fill up your HDD PinmemberMarco Bertschi1-Mar-13 9:32 
NewsDell XPS 10 Tops iFixit Tablet Repairability Rankings PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona28-Feb-13 23:40 
NewsWeb development as we know it, is dead PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:52 
We keep looking for the common runtime that can run everywhere. We yearn (remember Java) for the platform that allows us the promise of “write once, run everywhere”. This, in the global sense, is a pipe dream. My comments here are targeted for custom software that businesses rely on. These are commonly referred to as business applications, or line of business applications. The days of writing a business application for the web and expecting it to serve all users is over. Only in a world where 99% of your users are using pretty much the same type of computer is this possible.
In the New World Order, the application runs on the web server and is merely a set of APIs.
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex28-Feb-13 15:42 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmvpEddy Vluggen1-Mar-13 0:04 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex1-Mar-13 0:26 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic1-Mar-13 4:16 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex1-Mar-13 5:38 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberLloyd Atkinson1-Mar-13 14:20 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberSuper Lloyd2-Mar-13 5:40 
NewsTop 10 Things to Know about TypeScript PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:52 
NewsTeam Collaboration With Github PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:51 
NewsDon't slog away at the end of the day PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:51 
GeneralRe: Don't slog away at the end of the day PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona28-Feb-13 21:52 
NewsSubmitting an Internet Explorer Bug to Microsoft PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:50 
GeneralRe: Submitting an Internet Explorer Bug to Microsoft Pinmemberdusty_dex28-Feb-13 15:49 
NewsWebKit for Developers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:53 
NewsMy ebook Publishing Process PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:53 
GeneralRe: My ebook Publishing Process PinmemberPaul Conrad28-Feb-13 19:56 
NewsChanging jobs to be done (by Office) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:52 

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