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QuestionRe: Time travelling with dates and time zone conversions in .NET PinmemberVasudevan Deepak Kumar26-Mar-13 8:51 
NewsIntroducing Pretty Paste for VS2012 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 12:12 
NewsHow the kids stole the show: Young Coders tutorial at PyCon PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 12:11 
NewsHow to deal with bad code PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 12:11 
News80 chars per line is great PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 12:10 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberLloyd Atkinson25-Mar-13 14:23 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 14:49 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberClifford Nelson25-Mar-13 14:35 
I could code within 80 character, but do not. I am not sure what I code to, but i do not like it when code falls off the screen, and I don't like the wrapping either. All my XAML is not one attribute per line, but I did not start that way. Part of the coding standard I had to use at Microsoft, and after that started doing it that way. I tend to like to have my code compact, so I do not have many blank lines, and I will put return statements on the same line as an if statement, and keep properties to a minimum number of lines if I can.
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberPIEBALDconsult25-Mar-13 15:29 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberRavi Bhavnani25-Mar-13 17:22 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberDan Neely26-Mar-13 2:48 
GeneralRe: 80 chars per line is great PinmemberLeslie Sanford26-Mar-13 3:25 
NewsProgramming languages ranked by expressiveness PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 10:35 
GeneralRe: Programming languages ranked by expressiveness PinmemberDan Neely26-Mar-13 3:06 
GeneralRe: Programming languages ranked by expressiveness Pinmemberszukuro26-Mar-13 3:40 
NewsHow I became a password cracker PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 10:35 
GeneralRe: How I became a password cracker PinmemberGiuseppe Tollini25-Mar-13 13:39 
NewsIE11 to appear as Firefox to avoid legacy IE CSS PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 10:34 
NewsEmail tax may slice spam and scams out of inboxes PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 10:34 
NewsWindows Blue: a video preview of what's next for Windows 8 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey25-Mar-13 10:33 
GeneralRe: Windows Blue: a video preview of what's next for Windows 8 PingroupNorm .net25-Mar-13 22:06 
GeneralRe: Windows Blue: a video preview of what's next for Windows 8 Pinmemberdusty_dex26-Mar-13 6:51 
NewsUnlocking the next level: a cyber attack spills into the real world PinadminChris Maunder24-Mar-13 18:33 
GeneralRe: Unlocking the next level: a cyber attack spills into the real world Pinmemberemartinho25-Mar-13 3:51 
NewsHuman Intervention as a Competitive Advantage PinstaffTerrence Dorsey24-Mar-13 12:27 

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