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NewsThreading in Python PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:25 
NewsTest Better PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:24 
NewsBack Row - A class dump of the Apple TV private framework headers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:24 
NewsNow Available: Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:23 
NewsA brief XML rant PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:23 
NewsReal Stories of Simulation Development PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:22 
NewsIn The Security World, Android Is The New Windows PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:22 
NewsFlexible Security Policies PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 11:21 
NewsCompare and contrast PinmemberKent Sharkey4-Mar-13 7:12 
Newshtml5 audio updates for firefox [modified] Pinmemberthewazz4-Mar-13 7:10 
GeneralRe: html5 audio updates for firefox PinmemberLloyd Atkinson4-Mar-13 7:14 
GeneralRe: html5 audio updates for firefox Pinmemberthewazz4-Mar-13 7:25 
NewsDo you really know what your kids are doing online and in games? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 12:36 
NewsAzure Table Storage and the Great Certificate Expiry of 2013 PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 12:34 
One might argue that “expiry” of a certificate may not be that important. That’s a specific decision for a specific client of said server. I’m not going to suggest that ignoring the expiry is a good or a bad thing. But, you’re well within your rights to come up with your own policy on the “validity” of a certificate from a specific server. For example, you might ignore the expiry all together, or you may have a two-week grace period, etc. etc. So, how would you do that?
No REST for the wicked. Or the sysadmin.
NewsFixing five fundamental flaws (at Microsoft) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 12:34 
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NewsHelp Prevent Session Hijacking PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 12:33 
Newslegacy-cc, source code for the first C compiler PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 12:33 
GeneralRe: legacy-cc, source code for the first C compiler PinmemberPIEBALDconsult4-Mar-13 14:09 
NewsMySQL: Do Not Pass This Way Again PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 9:39 
NewsSeagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 9:38 
GeneralRe: Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinmemberLloyd Atkinson3-Mar-13 9:49 
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NewsDavid Pogue's Top 20 Windows 8 Usability Tips PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 9:37 
NewsTrenchBroom - A Modern Level Editor for Quake PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 9:37 
NewsThe MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 9:36 
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GeneralRe: The MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 4:31 
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NewsAnother battery breakthrough! PinmemberSuper Lloyd2-Mar-13 4:39 
GeneralRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinprotectorAspDotNetDev2-Mar-13 11:37 
JokeRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing3-Mar-13 11:05 
NewsName.com is Doing Some Really Sketchy Stuff PinprotectorAspDotNetDev1-Mar-13 16:01 
NewsHow HTML 5 can fill up your HDD PinmemberMarco Bertschi1-Mar-13 8:32 
NewsDell XPS 10 Tops iFixit Tablet Repairability Rankings PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona28-Feb-13 22:40 
NewsWeb development as we know it, is dead PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:52 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex28-Feb-13 14:42 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmvpEddy Vluggen28-Feb-13 23:04 
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NewsTop 10 Things to Know about TypeScript PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:52 
NewsTeam Collaboration With Github PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 10:51 
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