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The Malware Museum shows the cute computer viruses of the past
Remember when malware would just mess up your machine? Yeah. Good times.
Industry News The Verge 9 Feb 2016 0
Industry News Neowin 9 Feb 2016 0
Microsoft's Cortana won't put up with sexual harassment
"She's not just a computer, she's her own person."
Industry News Hot Hardware 9 Feb 2016 0
Industry News ZDNet 9 Feb 2016 0
Developer News Inc 9 Feb 2016 0
Developer News Building Apps for Windows 9 Feb 2016 0
Making the shift to behavior driven development
My development has always involved some kind of (bad) behaviour
Developer News Atlassian 9 Feb 2016 0
The Jet Engine we built in 2015
Create your own "Amazon-killer", some assembly required
Developer News Jet 9 Feb 2016 0
Developer News IT Pro 9 Feb 2016 0
This week's survey
Would you place advertising in your non-web applications?
Hot Threads CodeProject 9 Feb 2016 30
Once upon a time, I had a thought . . .
"There is nothing new under the sun" (and that was a while back)
Hot Threads CodeProject 9 Feb 2016 11
I learned how to be productive in React in a week and you can, too
I’ve been intrigued by React for some time, and now that it has gained some standing in the community as well as good reviews, the time to learn it seemed justified.
Tips and Tools CSS Tricks 9 Feb 2016 0
Building OWIN MiddleWare for ASP.NET vNext
OWIN (which stands for Open Web Interface for .NET) allows a developer to decouple their ASP.NET application from a web server, such as IIS. Additionally, OWIN allows developers to “plug in” various components to their web apps without tightly coupling them to one another.
Tips and Tools Telerik 9 Feb 2016 0
ES6 Arrow Functions: The New Fat & Concise Syntax in JavaScript
Arrow functions are a new ES6 syntax for writing JavaScript functions. They will save developers time and simplify function scope.
Tips and Tools Sitepoint 9 Feb 2016 0
Scientist: Measure Twice, Cut Over Once
A few years ago when we were faced with the task of rewriting one of the most critical systems in our application — the permissions code that controls access and membership to repositories, teams, and organizations — we began looking for a way to make such a large change and have confidence in its correctness.
Tips and Tools GitHub 9 Feb 2016 0
Writing Next Generation Reusable JavaScript Modules in ECMAScript 6
In this post, we’re going to focus on how to create a JavaScript package written in ES6 that’s usable in a site or app regardless of whether you’re using CommonJS, asynchronous module definition (AMD) or plain browser global modules.
Tips and Tools Smashing Magazine 9 Feb 2016 0
Cheerp creator: Our C++-to-JavaScript compiler beats Emscripten
Cheerp, a C++ compiler that generates JavaScript code for use in any browser, is being upgraded this week with improved performance, reduced output code size, and backing for 64-bit integers.
Tips and Tools Infoworld 9 Feb 2016 0
Feature watch: ECMAScript 2017
The feature set of ES2016 was recently finalized. This blog post tracks what features may be included in ES2017.
Tips and Tools 2ality 9 Feb 2016 0
Satire DevOps 9 Feb 2016 0
Science And Technology Gizmodo 9 Feb 2016 0
Microsoft launches new website touting Windows 10 security features
It's certainly secure against Windows 10 upgrade notices
Industry News WinBeta 8 Feb 2016 2,481
Windows 10 subscriptions aren't happening. Here's why
Just sell a new version every year
Industry News ZDNet 8 Feb 2016 12,898
Industry News Ars Technica 8 Feb 2016 2,740
Founder of the company bought by Microsoft for $250M sold his share for a bike
Hopefully the bike had a nice bell and a basket up front
Industry News Softpedia 8 Feb 2016 6,351

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