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  1. Ask Slashdot: Rectifying Nerd Arrogance?
  2. Red Hat Devs Working On ARM64 OpenJDK Port
  3. Trouble For Microsoft Developers With the Windows Store
  4. Red Hat Devs Working On ARM64 OpenJDK Port
  5. Cringley: H-1B Visa Abuse Limits Wages and Steals US Jobs
  6. Does Coding Style Matter?
  7. The IDE As a Bad Programming Language Enabler
  8. Windows Phone 8 Having Trouble Attracting Developers
  9. More Than 25% of Android Apps Know Too Much About You
  10. Navigating the Vast Ocean of Open Source
  11. Facebook's Prism, Soon To Be Open Sourced, Gives Hadoop Delay Tolerance
  12. Dragonfly BSD 3.2 Released
  13. Why Coding At Fifty May Be Nifty
  14. What's the Shelf Life of a Programmer?
  15. Nokia "Suspends" Its Free Developer Program
  16. GM Brings IT Dev Back In House; Self-Driving Caddy In the Works
  17. AMD Closes OSRC, Lays Off Several Linux Kernel Developers
  18. Ask Slashdot: Finding Work Over 60?
  19. Do Recreational Drugs Help Programmers?
  20. Ask Slashdot: Developer Or Software Engineer? Can It Influence Your Work?
  21. Emscripten Compiler Gets Optimizations, Now Self-Hosting
  22. Emscripten Compiler Gets Optimizations, Now Self-Hosting
  23. Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft
  24. Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft
  25. Ask Slashdot: How To Catch Photoshop Plagiarism?
  26. Windows Chief Steven Sinofsky Leaves Microsoft
  27. Emscripten Compiler Gets Optimizations, Now Self-Hosting
  28. Oracle Makes Red Hat Kernel Changes Available As Broken-Out Patches
  29. Red Hat Developer Demands Competitor's Source Code
  30. Kinected Browser Lets You Flick Through Websites
  31. Sinofsky Dismisses Trying To Take Over Windows Phone, Developers
  32. Google Targets Android Fragmentation With Updated Terms For SDK
  33. Hounded By Recruiters, Coders Put Themselves Up For Auction
  34. Microsoft Complains That WebKit Breaks Web Standards
  35. It's Hard For Techies Over 40 To Stay Relevant, Says SAP Lab Director
  36. Mozilla Makes Prototype of Firefox OS Available
  37. Another Player In the World of Free, Open Online CS Courseware
  38. What Nobody Tells You About Being a Game Dev
  39. Rise of the Online Code Schools
  40. A Gentle Rant About Software Development and Installers
  41. Oracle Proposes New Native JavaScript Engine for OpenJDK
  42. NYC Police Gathering Cellphone Logs
  43. Netflix Gives Data Center Tools To Fail
  44. Ask Slashdot: Which OSS Database Project To Help?
  45. In a Symbolic Shift, IBM's India Workforce Likely Exceeds That In US
  46. Ouya Consoles Will Start Shipping On December 28th
  47. One Cool Day Job: Building Algorithms For Elevators
  48. How Does a Single Line of BASIC Make an Intricate Maze?
  49. Half of GitHub Code Unsafe To Use (If You Want Open Source)
  50. Auto-threading Compiler Could Restore Moore's Law Gains
  51. Coderdojo Inspires Coding In Kids As Young As Seven
  52. Python Creator Guido van Rossum Leaves Google For Dropbox
  53. The Scourge of Error Handling
  54. Happy Birthday To Ada Lovelace, the First Computer Programmer
  55. PostgreSQL 9.3 Will Feature UPDATEable Views
  56. Qt Developer Days 2012 Videos Released
  57. New Contiki OS Network Regression Test Framework
  58. Nokia Abruptly Closes Application Store In China For N9
  59. Ask Slashdot: Interviewing Your Boss?
  60. Official Doc Reveals Oracle's Cloud Rules
  61. Is the Flickr API a National Treasure?
  62. Ask Slashdot: How To Collect Payments From a Multinational Company?
  63. W3C Finalizes the Definition of HTML5
  64. Ask Slashdot: How Does an IT Generalist Get Back Into Programming?
  65. Perl Turns 25
  66. Whose Bug Is This Anyway?
  67. Ask Slashdot: 2nd Spoken/Written Language For Software Developer?
  68. How Experienced And Novice Programmers See Code
  69. Ask Slashdot: Do Coding Standards Make a Difference?
  70. Real World Code Sucks
  71. Ada 2012 Language Approved As Standard By ISO
  72. Microsoft Kills Expression Suite — And Makes It Free, For Now
  73. Ask Slashdot: How To Gently Keep Management From Wrecking a Project?
  74. The Trials and Tribulations of a Would-Be Facebook Employee
  75. Linux, Apache, Perl, X10, Webcams... and Christmas Lights
  76. Google Docs Vs. Microsoft Word: an Even Matchup?
  77. GNU C Library 2.17 Announced, Includes Support For 64-bit ARM
  78. Ouya Dev Consoles Ship, SDK Released
  79. Linus Chews Up Kernel Maintainer For Introducing Userspace Bug
  80. Strong Foundations: FreeBSD, Wikimedia Raise Buckets of Development Money
  81. Ask Slashdot: CS Degree While Working Full Time?
  82. Cassandra NoSQL Database 1.2 Released
  83. All Ruby On Rails Versions Suffer SQL Injection Flaw
  84. Ask Slashdot: How Can I Explain To a Coworker That He Writes Bad Code?
  85. Adobe and Apple Didn't Unit Test For "Forward Date" Bugs. Do You?
  86. Best Tech Colleges Are Harder Than Ever To Get In
  87. Are Programmers Responsible For the Actions of Their Clients?
  88. The Android SDK Is No Longer Free Software
  89. Why JavaScript Is the New Perl
  90. What Are the Unwritten Rules of Deleting Code?
  91. C Beats Java As Number One Language According To TIOBE Index
  92. How to Become an IT Expert Companies Seek Out and Pay Well (Video)
  93. Better Tools For Programming Literacy
  94. Book Review: The Nature of Code
  95. The Billion Dollar Startup: Inside Obama's Campaign Tech
  96. Ford and GM Open Car Software To Outside Developers
  97. Ask Slashdot: Are Timed Coding Tests Valuable?
  98. Ask Slashdot: How To React To Coworker Who Says My Code Is Bad?
  99. Java Zero-Day Vulnerability Rolled Into Exploit Packs
  100. Ask Slashdot: What Practices Impede Developers' Productivity?
  101. Apple and Mozilla Block Vulnerable Java Plug-ins
  102. Oracle Knew of Latest Java 0-Day Security Hole In August
  103. Who Controls Vert.x: Red Hat, VMware, Neither?
  104. Why You Shouldn't Design Games Through Analytics
  105. Learn Basic Programming So You Aren't At the Mercy of Programmers
  106. Oracle Ships Java 7 Update 11 With Vulnerability Fixes
  107. Security Expert Says Java Vulnerability Could Take Years To Fix, Despite Patch
  108. Course Asks University Students To Tackle Medical Device Insecurity
  109. RIM Attracts 15,000 Apps For BlackBerry 10 In 2 Days
  110. Doom 3</em> Source Code: Beautiful
  111. Employee Outsourced Programming Job To China, Spent Days Websurfing
  112. Another Java Exploit For Sale
  113. GitHub Registers Its 3 Millionth User
  114. Java Vs. C#: Which Performs Better In the 'Real World'?
  115. German Parliamentary Committee Pushes for Open Source Friendly Policy
  116. Latest Java Update Broken; Two New Sandbox Bypass Flaws Found
  117. Corporate Hackathons: the Fine Line Between Engaging and Exploiting
  118. JavaScript Comes To Minecraft
  119. Fedora 19 Nixing MySQL in Favor of MariaDB
  120. You've Got 25 Years Until UNIX Time Overflows
  121. Ask Slashdot: How To Convince a Team To Write Good Code?
  122. Tech Firms Keep Piles of 'Foreign Cash' In US
  123. The Mobile App Design Tail Wags the Desktop Software Design Dog
  124. Clay Shirky On Hackers and Depression: Where's the Love?
  125. Alan Cox Exits Intel, Linux Development
  126. Does Microsoft Have the Best App Store For Open Source Developers?
  127. What Early Software Was Influential Enough To Deserve Acclaim?
  128. Perl's Glory Days Are Behind It, But It Isn't Going Anywhere
  129. Mozilla To Enable Click-To-Play For All Firefox Plugins By Default
  130. Ask Slashdot: Open Source Remote Application Access?
  131. Facebook To App Developers: Good Idea, Now Stop Using Our API
  132. Microsoft Wants Computer Science Taught In UK Primary Schools
  133. Is 'Brogramming' Killing Requirements Engineering?
  134. Oracle Responds To Java Security Critics With Massive 50 Flaw Patch Update
  135. Can Proprietary Language Teams Succeed By Going Open Source?
  136. Apple Angers Mac Users With Silent Shutdown of Java 7
  137. Gnome Goes JavaScript
  138. The History of Visual Development Environments
  139. MySQL 5.6 Reaches General Availability
  140. Ask Slashdot: Programming / IT Jobs For Older, Retrained Workers?
  141. Making Sure Interviews Don't Turn Into Free Consulting
  142. Python Gets a Big Data Boost From DARPA
  143. Summer Programming Courses Before Heading Off To College?
  144. Ask Slashdot: Do Most Programmers Understand the English Language?
  145. Crowdsourced Coders Take On Immunology Big Data
  146. Russian Univ. Launches Course Based On ReactOS Led By Alex Bragin
  147. GNU Hurd To Develop SATA, USB, Audio Support
  148. Should Techies Trump All Others In Immigration Reform?
  149. Ask Slashdot: Making Side-Money As a Programmer?
  150. Ask Slashdot: Why Is It So Hard To Make An Accurate Progress Bar?
  151. COBOL Will Outlive Us All
  152. Oracle Open Sourcing JavaFX, Including iOS and Android Ports
  153. Can You Do the Regular Expression Crossword?
  154. For Your Inspection: Source Code For Photoshop 1.0
  155. Google Store Sends User Information To App Developers
  156. Ask Slashdot: Spreadsheet With Decent Programming Language?
  157. Ask Slashdot: What Is Your Favorite Monitor For Programming?
  158. Game Closure "DevKit" For Mobile HTML5 Games Is Open Source
  159. WebKit As Broken As Older IE Versions?
  160. Python Trademark At Risk In Europe
  161. Evil, Almost Full Vim Implementation In Emacs, Reaches 1.0
  162. Ask Slashdot: I Just Need... Marketing?
  163. Layoffs Hit Washington Post Mobile Team
  164. Why Hasn't 3D Taken Off For the Web?
  165. Facebook Hacks Points To Much Bigger Threat For Mobile Developers
  166. Duke Nuken 3D</em> Code Review
  167. Apple Hit By Hackers Who Targeted Facebook
  168. Duke Nukem 3D</em> Code Review
  169. Python Trademark Filer Ignorant of Python?
  170. Tizen 2.0 Magnolia SDK and Source Code Released
  171. Two Years of GNU Guile Scheme 2.0
  172. iOS Developer Site At Core of Facebook, Apple Watering Hole Attack
  173. Why My Team Went With DynamoDB Over MongoDB
  174. Microsoft, BSA and Others Push For Appeal On Oracle v. Google Ruling
  175. Carmack On VR Latency
  176. Ubuntu Touch Port-a-Thon
  177. A Tale of Two Databases, Revisited: DynamoDB and MongoDB
  178. Ruby 2.0.0 Released
  179. Tech Leaders Encourage Teaching Schoolkids How To Code
  180. Intel Launches Its Own Apache Hadoop Distribution
  181. Xiph Episode 2: Digital Show & Tell
  182. Ubuntu Developer Summits Shifting Online, Increasing Frequency
  183. A New Approach To Database-Aided Data Processing
  184. How Paid Apps On Firefox OS Will Work
  185. Is Code.org Too Soulless To Make an Impact?
  186. New Java 0-Day Vulnerability Being Exploited In the Wild
  187. Ask Slashdot: Monitor Setup For Programmers
  188. Can Valve's 'Bossless' Company Model Work Elsewhere?
  189. $100 Million Student Database Worries Parents
  190. Oracle Rushes Emergency Java Update To Patch McRAT Vulnerabilities
  191. 0install Reaches 2.0
  192. Developers May Be Getting 50% of Their Documentation From Stack Overflow
  193. Open Source Software Seeping Into the .NET Developer World
  194. KDE Releases Plasmate 1.0, A Plasma Workspaces SDK
  195. Raspberry Pi's Eben Upton: "Programming Will Make You a Better Doctor"
  196. Facebook Details the Software Engineering Behind Graph Search
  197. Chrome, Firefox, IE 10, Java, Win 8 All Hacked At Pwn2Own
  198. Former MySQL CEO Mårten Mickos Talks About Managing Remote Workers (Video)
  199. Ask Slashdot: Where to Host Many Small, Related Projects?
  200. Embedded Linux Conference 2013 Videos Available Online
  201. Drupal's Creator Aims For World Domination
  202. Adobe Shuts Down Browser Testing Service BrowserLab
  203. Ask Slashdot: How Do You Stay Fit At Work?
  204. Solaris Machine Shut Down After 3737 Days of Uptime
  205. Minecraft</em> 1.5 "Redstone" Released
  206. Comparing the C++ Standard and Boost
  207. Apple Nabs Java Exploit That Bypassed Disabled Plugin
  208. How a Programmer Gets By On $16K/Yr: He Moves to Malaysia
  209. Ask Slashdot: How To (or How NOT To) Train Your Job Replacement?
  210. Code.org Documentary Serving Multiple Agendas?
  211. Ask Slashdot: What Is a Reasonable Way To Deter Piracy?
  212. CS Faculty and Students To Write a Creative Commons C++ Textbook
  213. DARPA Tackles Machine Learning
  214. Video Editor OpenShot Wants To Kickstart Windows, OS X Versions
  215. GCC 4.8.0 Release Marks Completion of C++ Migration
  216. Meet the Gamers Keeping Retro Consoles Alive
  217. Will Donglegate Affect Your Decision To Attend PyCon?
  218. 2012 Free Software Award Winners Announced
  219. Longest Running Linux Distribution Slackware Adopts MariaDB
  220. SpaceX: Lessons Learned Developing Software For Space Vehicles
  221. Google Blogger: Vietnamese HS Students Excelling At CS
  222. Fantastic js1k Submissions
  223. Oracle Releases SPARC T5 Servers; Too Late?
  224. Everything About Java 8
  225. MySQL's Creator On Why the Future Belongs To MariaDB
  226. The FreeBSD Foundation Is Soliciting Project Proposals
  227. Emscripten and New Javascript Engine Bring Unreal Engine To Firefox
  228. ZFS Hits an Important Milestone, Version 0.6.1 Released
  229. Security Fix Leads To PostgreSQL Lock Down
  230. Microsoft Makes Millions Renting Campus Space to Vendors
  231. Oracle Clings To Java API Copyrights
  232. Erlang Getting Too-Big-To-Fail Process Flag
  233. The Underhanded C Contest Is Back
  234. Ask Slashdot: Preparing For the 'App Bubble' To Pop?
  235. Mozilla and Samsung Collaborating to Bring New Browser Engine to Android
  236. Activision, Raven Release 2 Star Wars</em> Games Under GPL
  237. Rare Docs Show How Apple Created Apple II DOS
  238. R 3.0.0 Released
  239. WebKit Developers Discuss Removal of Google-Specific Code
  240. H-1B Cap Reached Today; Didn't Get In? Too Bad
  241. Mozilla Introduces Experimental Open Payment System For Firefox OS
  242. Python Family Gets a Triplet Of Updates
  243. Apache Terminates Struts 1
  244. Qt 5.1 Adds Android and iOS Support
  245. Linux Fatware: Distros That Need To Slim Down
  246. No Such Thing As a Tax-Free Lunch At Google?
  247. Competitors Complain To EC That Free Android Is a 'Trojan Horse'
  248. Gecko May Drop the Blink Tag
  249. Electrical Engineer Unemployment Soars; Software Developers' Rate Drops to 2.2%
  250. 'CodeSpells' Video Game Teaches Children Java Programming