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GeneralRe: Goodbye, Zen Coding. Hello, Emmet! Pinmemberlewax0026-Mar-13 12:13 
NewsMicrosoft publicly acknowledges 'Blue' PinmemberRavi Bhavnani26-Mar-13 9:38 
NewsRe: Microsoft publicly acknowledges 'Blue' PinmemberMarco Bertschi26-Mar-13 11:06 
GeneralRe: Microsoft publicly acknowledges 'Blue' PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing26-Mar-13 13:15 
GeneralRe: Microsoft publicly acknowledges 'Blue' PinmemberLloyd Atkinson26-Mar-13 11:14 
GeneralRe: Microsoft publicly acknowledges 'Blue' PinmemberGeekforChrist26-Mar-13 11:48 
NewsTime travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 13:12 
GeneralRe: Time travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET PinmemberClifford Nelson25-Mar-13 15:28 
Just a question, how did you try to do this, C#. I know I am not real thrilled that there is no specific data and time formats. I understand the need for a datetime format, but there are many times that adding the extra information just makes the developer's life harder. Finally got around to creating them in SQL-Server several years ago. Not sure I disagree with taking into account the stupid time change due to daylight savings time. Doing the time change in the first place is dangerous (http://stress.about.com/b/2012/03/11/the-dangers-of-daylight-saving-time.htm[^]). Also, obviously it can be a pain in the neck for a developer.
GeneralRe: Time travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET PinmemberSoMad25-Mar-13 16:30 
QuestionRe: Time travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET PinmemberVasudevan Deepak Kumar26-Mar-13 9:51 
NewsIntroducing Pretty Paste for VS2012 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 13:12 
NewsHow the kids stole the show: Young Coders tutorial at PyCon PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 13:11 
NewsHow to deal with bad code PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 13:11 
News80 chars per line is great PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 13:10 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberLloyd Atkinson25-Mar-13 15:23 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 15:49 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberClifford Nelson25-Mar-13 15:35 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberPIEBALDconsult25-Mar-13 16:29 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberRavi Bhavnani25-Mar-13 18:22 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberDan Neely26-Mar-13 3:48 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberLeslie Sanford26-Mar-13 4:25 
NewsProgramming languages ranked by expressiveness PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 11:35 
GeneralRe: Programming languages ranked by expressiveness PinmemberDan Neely26-Mar-13 4:06 
GeneralRe: Programming languages ranked by expressiveness Pinmemberszukuro26-Mar-13 4:40 
NewsHow I became a password cracker PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 11:35 

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