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NewsIn Defense of HTML5 (for security) Pin
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NewsThe Next Big OS War Is in Your Dashboard Pin
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NewsMariaMole - an Arduino IDE for advanced developers (and beginners too) Pin
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NewsIDisposable, Done Right Pin
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NewsQuality Code via Multiple Layers of Defense Pin
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GeneralRe: Quality Code via Multiple Layers of Defense Pin
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NewsProject Oberon - The Design of an Operating System and Compiler [PDF] Pin
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NewsLove Your Terminal Pin
Terrence Dorsey2-Dec-12 10:45
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Like most developers (I assume), I spend the majority of my workspace staring at a terminal window.... When you look at your terminal this much, it needs to be beautiful. More than that, it needs to know you. You need to have a history with it. No, not like that. Here are 5 things that you can do to make your terminal great.
...and it will love you bash.
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NewsRegex Tuesday - Weekly RegEx Challenges Pin
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NewsGetting Plan 9 running on the Raspberry Pi Pin
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NewsHow 4 Microsoft engineers proved that the “darknet” would defeat DRM Pin
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NewsVisual Studio Light Edition Pin
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NewsAtari Teenage Riot: The Inside Story Of Pong And The Video Game Industry's Big Bang Pin
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NewsUnlocked iPhone 5 Finally Available in US, But... Pin
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NewsTeaching Your Application to Read Pin
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NewsMonoGame For Windows 8 Pin
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NewsTFS alerts for changes to NuGet packages Pin
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NewsRcpp - connecting C++ to R Pin
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GeneralRe: Rcpp - connecting C++ to R Pin
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NewsThe power of good naming Pin
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NewsWindows Surface Phone? Pin
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NewsFor the muso's out there Pin
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NewsThe Myth of the Lone Hacker Pin
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