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GeneralRe: Ad industry calls IE10's 'Do Not Track' setting 'unacceptable' PinmemberZac Greve9-Oct-12 8:55 
NewsHP CEO: We’re screwed (for the next few years) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Oct-12 10:42 
NewsA Coder Interview With Darrel Miller PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:07 
NewsThe Pitfalls of Cut and Paste Coding PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:06 
We’ve all been guilty of it in our development careers at one time or another. When starting out using a language or framework that you’ve never used before you often have no choice but to. What I’m talking about is the act of “copy paste coding”, and it’s as common in the programming world as chewing gum under seats. When you copy and paste other developer’s code into your application it’s important to fully understand what the code does before you continue; or risk joining the many fools that have gone before you.
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NewsOpen Source Big Data for the Impatient PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:06 
Generalmore useless jargon technology? Pinmemberdevvvy3-Oct-12 21:35 
NewsHow browsers work PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:05 
NewsRuby -vs- Python PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:05 
NewsWhy computers have two zeros: +0 and -0 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Oct-12 12:04 
GeneralRe: Why computers have two zeros: +0 and -0 PinmemberBassam Abdul-Baki4-Oct-12 2:02 

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