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NewsRaspberry Pi: the perfect machine for old DOS games PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 11:37 
NewsWhen Math Meets Nature: Turing Patterns and Form Constants PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 11:36 
News14 numbers every developer should know PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 11:36 
NewsFirst Impressions: Kinesis Advantage Mechanical Ergonomic Keyboard PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 10:27 
NewsThe Internet is not a Surveillance State PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 10:26 
NewsHands-on with Mozilla’s Web-based “Firefox OS” for smartphones PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 10:24 
NewsApple's broken promise: why doesn't iCloud 'just work'? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 10:24 
NewsApple fans: Microsoft is no longer the enemy PinstaffTerrence Dorsey27-Mar-13 10:23 
One of the guys who works on Windows Azure Mobile Services gave me a demo of its support for iOS. What? Microsoft supporting iOS? What? That isn’t the Microsoft (I thought) I knew. Once I got over the shock, I expected that I’d have to write code in C# (a Microsoft language), that services would run behind IIS (a Microsoft webserver), and that I’d have to use Visual Studio (a Microsoft developer tool) on Windows, which I don’t have. That would be typical Microsoft, right? Instead: The code is JavaScript, the webserver is Node.js, and I can write code in any text editor. No Microsoft things. The company even released some related code as open source and put it on GitHub.
Microsoft noticed the world outside Redmond, and it likes it.
NewsWeb Slows Under Biggest Attack Ever PinprotectorAspDotNetDev27-Mar-13 5:15 
NewsUsing Performance Counters in the C# Language PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 13:24 
NewsThe 5 laws of API dates and times PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 13:23 
GeneralRe: The 5 laws of API dates and times Pinmemberpeterchen27-Mar-13 0:35 
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NewsReSharper Code Analysis Goes Beyond Visual Studio PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 13:22 
NewsList of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 13:21 
GeneralRe: List of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages PinmemberDavid Goebet26-Mar-13 20:30 
GeneralRe: List of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages Pinmemberbitterskittles26-Mar-13 23:41 
GeneralRe: List of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages PinmemberDanielSheets28-Mar-13 5:10 
NewsWriting Open Source Software? Make Sure You Know Your Copyright Rights PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 11:18 
NewsCrazy Idea Of The Month: Allowing Patents On Mathematics PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 11:18 
GeneralRe: Crazy Idea Of The Month: Allowing Patents On Mathematics PinmemberSG 19828-Mar-13 1:39 
NewsMy Interview Questions for Potential Employers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 11:17 
NewsArena.Xlsm Is An RPG Made Entirely In Excel PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 11:17 
NewsAnnouncing Build 2013 - this June in San Francisco PinstaffTerrence Dorsey26-Mar-13 11:16 
NewsGoodbye, Zen Coding. Hello, Emmet! PinmemberKent Sharkey26-Mar-13 8:41 

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