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The Hidden Trap of Code Coverage
We've got you covered.
Developer News don't code today what you can't debug tomorrow 14 Sep 2012 4,298
Hot Threads The Code Project 14 Sep 2012 6,364
What You Need to Know About Apple's New iPhone 5
What do you think of the new iPhone 5?
Industry News Wired 13 Sep 2012 6,915
Will Apple's Tacky Software-Design Philosophy Cause A Revolt?
The rich Corinthian leather is wearing thin.
Industry News Co.Design 13 Sep 2012 6,367
Industry News Lifehacker 13 Sep 2012 3,905
Unix for the Beginning Mage [PDF]
A Brief History of Unix and Unix-like Spellcrafts.
Industry News 13 Sep 2012 4,396
Industry News Medium 13 Sep 2012 6,337
Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop is Here
It's here. Download and get coding!
Developer News The Visual Studio Blog 13 Sep 2012 10,262
C, the Enduring Legacy of Dennis Ritchie [PDF]
We stand on the shoulders of giants.
Developer News Bell Labs 13 Sep 2012 4,628
Introduction to Roomba Programming
Battling robots that clean up after themselves.
Developer News Robot App Store 13 Sep 2012 3,822
Code Snippets for Windows Store Apps
Translation: Apps previously known as "Metro" for the store previously known as "Marketplace."
Developer News Channel 9 13 Sep 2012 2,447
Why I’m done with Scrum
I’ve had a lot of success with Scrum – but I’ve had greater success in ditching it.
Developer News Jimmy Bogard's Blog 13 Sep 2012 7,977
Happy Programmer's Day!
Have a byte of Pi.
Hot Threads The Code Project 13 Sep 2012 3,430
A Coder Interview With Martin Pilkington
In this installment we talk to Martin Pilkington, creator of Lighthouse Keeper.
Hot Threads The Code Project 13 Sep 2012 1,661
Windows Phone 8 SDK Preview program is now open
Among the many announcements this week was news from Microsoft that developers could sign up for access to the Windows Phone 8 SDK preview. That's right, sign up to get access to the preview at some later date. OK, they want to keep a few suprises in the bag for the actual release, Apple-style. So avoid the crowds and sign up today.
Tips and Tools The Windows Phone Developer Blog 13 Sep 2012 860
Coming soon: A new website and online app store
More news from Microsoft: they've renamed the Windows Marketplace to "Windows Store"... and yes, this includes Windows Phone apps as far as we can tell. The Windows Phone site is being revamped as well in anticipation of the Windows Phone 8 roll-out. It's definitely not Metro (but it is). Read on for the details.
Tips and Tools Windows Phone Blog 13 Sep 2012 344
Kindle Fire HD reviews are in: Better, but not the best tablet at any price
Amazon got into the announcement frenzy this week and revealed their new Kindle lineup, including the Kindle Fire HD. At the time Jeff Bezos called them "the best tablets at any price." Are they? TechHive rounds up the reviews so you don't have to.
Tips and Tools TechHive Beta Blog 13 Sep 2012 578
MobiRuby: Ruby + iOS = Super awesome!
Want to write an iOS app? Hate Objective-C? Prefer Ruby? Well Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto has something in the works that you might want to check out. MobiRuby, based on mruby, is a work in progress, but aims to provide the ability to write your iOS app in Ruby and compile to native iOS, much like C# and Mono. Future plans include targeting Android as well. The project is currently in alpha, and the code is available on Github if you want to play.
Tips and Tools MobiRuby 13 Sep 2012 345
iOS Interactive Fiction Game Frameworks
Text-based games - better known today as interactive fiction - have a colorful historing going back to the classic Zork series. The genre is still alive and well, and ManiacDev.Com provides a brief overview of some tools you can use to build IF games for iOS using simple, off-the-shelf tools and story formats.
Tips and Tools ManiacDev.Com 13 Sep 2012 309
Apple’s iOS 6 Available September 19
The other big news this week was, of course, Apple's official introduction of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6. The hardware is just a smaller, sleeker evolution of previous iPhones. Of more interest to developers, however, is iOS 6, which will be featured on the new phones, but also immediately available to previous generations as well. Facebook, Maps, Passbook, Photo Sharing and Siri are just a few of the features. Read on for more.
Tips and Tools TechCrunch 13 Sep 2012 320
Understanding the pipeline (and sending complex objects into Mobile Services)
The mobile OS and its SDK are only part of the equation for mobile apps. Most are are nothing without mobile services to provide data, perform ecommerce tasks, save photos and more. Josh Twist at The Joy of Code has been writing in interesting series of articles on mobile services and this is a great way to jump in.
Tips and Tools 13 Sep 2012 270
Magic: the Gathering is Turing Complete
We always knew Magic: the Gathering was a complex game. But now it's proven: you could assemble a computer out of Magic cards.
Industry News 12 Sep 2012 4,330
Testing Websites in Game Console Browsers
I used to be a web developer like you, then I took an arrow in the knee.
Industry News A List Apart 12 Sep 2012 4,376
Cosmo, the Hacker 'God' Who Fell to Earth
While Cosmo may be a god, Derek is just a kid. A high school dropout. A liar, fraud, vandal and thief.
Industry News Wired 12 Sep 2012 6,458

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