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GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 10:39 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprofessionalMatthew Faithfull19-May-13 11:12 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 11:41 
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GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 16:33 
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GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 11:43 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" Pinmemberdusty_dex19-May-13 12:02 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinprotectorMarc Clifton19-May-13 12:17 
GeneralRe: 1983's wonderful "Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners" PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic20-May-13 2:32 
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NewsA Tour of C++ PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-May-13 10:06 
NewsA perspective: developers vs Microsoft PinstaffTerrence Dorsey19-May-13 10:06 
Most people understand that Windows is used by a variety of people who have a variety of needs, ranging from corporate server to workstation to POS terminals to home PC and beyond. Most people accept that whenever Microsoft updates Windows, it has to balance the competing requirements to find some kind of workable compromise. There is however another set of competing requirements that many do not really register, even those that call themselves power users or are IT admins. It is a conflict between developers/programmers and Microsoft itself. Developers are ultimately the ones who write applications used by users whereas Microsoft develops the OS these applications run on. A common shared goal between the two is the desire that applications previously written continue to work.
Is Modern API the clean break Microsoft needed from Win32 (and Silverlight and WPF and...)?
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GeneralRe: The Next Version of Android - Some of What's Coming PinmemberRob Grainger19-May-13 23:03 
GeneralRe: The Next Version of Android - Some of What's Coming PinmemberLloyd Atkinson19-May-13 10:01 
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NewsGoogle Pries Another Nail From PHP's Coffin PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-May-13 10:22 
NewsOSS from the trenches - 7 Tips for Maintainers & Contributors PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-May-13 10:21 
NewsThe New Yorker Launches Strongbox PinstaffTerrence Dorsey16-May-13 10:21 
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NewsCodeProject.TV Interview with Zeeshan Syed PinstaffTerrence Dorsey15-May-13 12:16 
NewsTeam Foundation Service my new default GIT repository PinstaffTerrence Dorsey15-May-13 12:15 
GeneralRe: Team Foundation Service my new default GIT repository PinprofessionalBrisingr Aerowing15-May-13 13:35 
GeneralRe: Team Foundation Service my new default GIT repository PinmemberRob Grainger16-May-13 3:09 
GeneralRe: Team Foundation Service my new default GIT repository PinprofessionalBrisingr Aerowing16-May-13 7:23 
NewsWhere Is .NET Headed? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey15-May-13 12:15 
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