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Linux for development
What's a good distro to develop on?
Hot Threads The Code Project 15 Jun 2006 40
News for Wednesday, June 14 2006
News for Wednesday, June 14 2006
Site News CodeProject 14 Jun 2006 24
More Windows Exploits Out; Hacker Wins $10K Challenge
Several security sources are reporting that "exploit code" -- instructions showing bad guys how to attack vulnerabilities -- has been posted online for several more security flaws for which Microsoft just issued patches.
Developer News WashingtonPost 14 Jun 2006 805
Hiding in Plain Sight, Google Seeks More Power
On the banks of the windswept Columbia River, Google is working on a secret weapon in its quest to dominate the next generation of Internet computing. Today Oregon, tomorrow Washington, what will be next...
Industry News New York Times 14 Jun 2006 1,403
Watch the World Cup in ASCII
Dot passes to plus sign, exclamation mark!
Industry News The Inquirer 14 Jun 2006 2,152
Microsoft aims patch bevy at client weakness
The monthly visit from Windows Update includes 21 vulnerabilities on 12 updates.
Industry News InfoWorld 14 Jun 2006 369
Microsoft adds webcams to hardware line
Microsoft has unveiled a pair of Web cameras to its hardware line that includes keyboards and mice.
Industry News TechWeb 14 Jun 2006 571
Is Skype -PayPal Integration An Open Invitation To Hackers?
Soon you'll be able to send or request PayPal payments from directly within Skype. Sounds convenient -- but will it open a gaping hole through which hackers can gain access to your PayPal money?
Developer News TechSearch 14 Jun 2006 300
Windows Live causes head scratching at TechEd
The number one question at the Windows Live booth at TechEd? "What's Windows Live?"
Developer News TechWeb 14 Jun 2006 996
Microsoft creates interoperability council
Customer council will meet twice a year led by Bob Muglia to discuss interoperability issues.
Developer News InfoWorld 14 Jun 2006 169
Beer does a body good!
You knew it was true.
Hot Threads The Code Project 14 Jun 2006 70
.NET Framework 3.0
Change a name, confuse the customers.
Hot Threads The Code Project 14 Jun 2006 47
News for Tuesday, June 13 2006
News for Tuesday, June 13 2006
Site News CodeProject 13 Jun 2006 23
Face Recogniser Protects Your PC
The Snappy Face Recogniser uses a 1.3 megapixel intelligent webcam to capture your facial features and log you, and only you, on to your computer.
Developer News Wired 13 Jun 2006 640
Google's spreadsheet only the tip of the iceberg
Google's steady march into the applications business has serious long-term implications for developers and IT managers on the way software will be delivered in the not-to-distant future.
Industry News Applications Development Trends 13 Jun 2006 1,330
Scott Meyers on C++ Complexity
C++ complex? Say it isn't so!
Hot Threads The Code Project 13 Jun 2006 33
C++ again :-) (Does C# make you dumber?)
I don't think so, but then again, maybe I've been affected.
Hot Threads The Code Project 13 Jun 2006 34
Windows Live Dev
Windows Live Dev is your one-stop shop for the Windows Live Platform.
Developer News Microsoft 13 Jun 2006 500
eBay to test advertising auctions on other sites
Auction site to create competitor to Google Ads.
Industry News Yahoo News 13 Jun 2006 157
Backdoors, Bots Biggest Threats To Windows
According to Microsoft's anti-malware engineering team, one in every 311 computers has some form of malware.
Industry News TechWeb 13 Jun 2006 621
MySpace Launches Job Listings
The popular portal MySpace launched a search engine for help-wanted ads powered by Silicon Valley company Simply Hired.
Industry News TechWeb 13 Jun 2006 447
CTP of SQL Everywhere!
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Everywhere Edition offers essential relational database functionality in a compact footprint ideal for embedding in mobile and desktop applications including a new generation of occasionally connected dynamic applications.
Developer News Microsoft 13 Jun 2006 590
Google Earth quadruples images
Google Earth turns 4.0, quadrupling the high-resolution imagery, and adding a Linux version.
Developer News InfoWorld 13 Jun 2006 1,339
The science of World Cup soccer
Think football is just a bunch of guys and a ball? There's actually a lot of science around "the beautiful game".
Industry News New Scientist 12 Jun 2006 1,116

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