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  1. Zuckerberg Lobbies For More Liberal Immigration Policies
  2. Top Coders Tell Agents, "Show Me the Money!"
  3. LyX Joins the Google Summer of Code 2013
  4. Ask Slashdot: Building a Web App Scalable To Hundreds of Thousand of Users?
  5. Hacker Modifies Facebook Home To Work On All Android Devices
  6. Taking the Pain Out of Debugging With Live Programming
  7. Google's BigQuery Vs. Hadoop: a Matchup
  8. U.S. Senate's Big Immigration Bill Seeks Centralized Database For H-1B Jobs
  9. Google Forbids Advertising On Glass
  10. Most Projects On GitHub Aren't Open Source Licensed
  11. Oracle Fixes 42 Security Vulnerabilities In Java
  12. Java 8 Delayed To Fix Security
  13. Red Hat 'Fedora-izes' JBoss With New WildFly Java Application Server
  14. Localized (Visual) Programming Language For Kids?
  15. LLVM Clang Compiler Now C++11 Feature Complete
  16. Ask Slashdot: Service-Heavy FOSS Hosting?
  17. In Development: An Open Source Language For Cell Programming
  18. Harvard/MIT Student Creates GPU Database, Hacker-Style
  19. Wikipedia Moved To MariaDB 5.5
  20. Overconfidence: Why You Suck At Making Development Time Estimates
  21. Dropcam CEO's Beef With Brogramming and Free Dinners
  22. Stop Standardizing HTML
  23. MySQL Founders Reunite To Form SkySQL
  24. KDevelop 4.5 Released
  25. Ask Slashdot: Best OSS Embedded Development Platform
  26. Hillsborough County (FL) Hackathon is a Sign of Increasing Tech Awareness (Video
  27. Can Older Software Developers Still Learn New Tricks?
  28. Windows Store In-App Ad Revenue Plummets
  29. An Exploration of BlackBerry 10's Programming API
  30. CSS Selectors as Superpowers
  31. Ask Slashdot: How To Handle a Colleague's Sloppy Work?
  32. Ask Slashdot: What's Your Company's Marketing-to-Engineering Ratio?
  33. Facebook's Hackathons Get a Rethink
  34. There Is No Reason At All To Use MySQL: MariaDB, MySQL Founder Michael Widenius
  35. 450 Million Lines of Code Can't Be Wrong: How Open Source Stacks Up
  36. Are Contests the Best Way To Find Programmers?
  37. CSS Zen Garden Turns 10
  38. The New AI: Where Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence Meet
  39. Btcd - a Bitcoind Alternative Written In Go!
  40. Israeli Singer Publishes a Song In Hebrew — and Perl
  41. Ask Slashdot: Becoming a Programmer At 40?
  42. ATMs Compromised, $45M Taken
  43. Microsoft Developer Explains Why Windows Kernel Development Falls Behind
  44. Ask Slashdot: How Do You Deal With Programmers Who Have Not Stayed Current?
  45. Mozilla Handing Out Free Firefox OS Developer Phones To Bolster App Marketplace
  46. Ad Exec: Learn To Code Or You're Dead To Me
  47. Massive Amount of Malware Targets Older Java Flaws
  48. To Avoid Confusion: Oracle's Confusing New Java Numbering Scheme
  49. Georgia Tech and Udacity Partner for Online M.S. in Computer Science
  50. How Maintainable Is the Firefox Codebase?
  51. How European Startups Are Battling Labor Laws For Developers and Programmers
  52. Intel Rolls Out "Beacon Mountain" Android Dev Platform For Atom
  53. Trade Group: US Software Developer Wages Fell 2% Last Year
  54. IBM Takes System/z To the Cloud With COBOL Update
  55. Open Source Projects For Beginners
  56. Immigration Reform May Spur Software Robotics
  57. Do Developers Need Free Perks To Thrive?
  58. Dart Is Not the Language You Think It Is
  59. Ask Slashdot: Moving From Contract Developers To Hiring One In-House?
  60. Ask Slashdot: What Makes a Great Hackathon?
  61. MariaDB vs. MySQL: A Performance Comparison
  62. Google Code Deprecates Download Service For Project Hosting
  63. Red Hat's Diane Mueller Talks About OpenShift (Video)
  64. Ask Slashdot: When Is the User Experience Too Good?
  65. Google Unable To Keep Paying App Developers In Argentina
  66. World's Biggest 'Agile' Software Project Close To Failure
  67. Six Months Developing Software For Wearable Computing
  68. Java Developer Says He Built, Launched Basic Open Source Office Suite In 30 Days
  69. PayPal Denies Teen Reward For Finding Bug
  70. Ask Slashdot: What's the Best Way To Work On Projects While Traveling?
  71. A Commencement Speech For 2013 CS Majors
  72. Dao, a New Programming Language Supporting Advanced Features With Small Runtime
  73. $30,000 For a Developer Referral?
  74. How Did You Learn How To Program?
  75. Ask Slashdot: How To Start and Manage a University LUG?
  76. GitHub Back Online After Service Outage
  77. Opposition Mounts To Oracle's Attempt To Copyright Java APIs
  78. How Unity3D Became a Game-Development Beast
  79. Indian FOSS Evangelist Atul Chitnis Dead At 51
  80. Why Your Users Hate Agile
  81. BBC Clock Inaccurate - 100 Days To Fix?
  82. Oracle Discontinues Free Java Time Zone Updates
  83. MIT President Tells Grads To 'Hack the World'
  84. Ask Slashdot: What To Do When Another Dev Steals Your Work and Adds Their Name?
  85. The Rails Girls Are Coming to a City Near You (Video)
  86. Apple Shows Off New iOS 7, Mac OS X At WWDC
  87. Oracle Reinstates Free Time Zone Updates For Java 7
  88. Learn About the FRDCSA 'Weak AI' Project (Video)
  89. The $200,000 Software Developer
  90. Ask Slashdot: What To Do With New Free Time?
  91. A Database of Brains
  92. Red Hat Ditches MySQL, Switches To MariaDB
  93. Ask Slashdot: Self-Hosting Git Repositories?
  94. POTI, Creators of the Songbird Media Player, Call It Quits
  95. NY and SF Mayors Announce Joint Tech Summits
  96. Larry Ellison Rejuvenating Hawaii's Sixth-Largest Island (Which He Owns)
  97. Transgendered Folks Encountering Document/Database ID Hassles
  98. Ask Slashdot: How To Start Reading Other's Code?
  99. MySQL Man Pages Silently Relicensed Away From GPL
  100. Revisiting Amdahl's Law
  101. PDP-11 Still Working In Nuclear Plants - For 37 More Years
  102. Lobster, a New Game Programming Language, Now Available As Open Source
  103. Millions At Risk From Critical Vulnerabilities From WordPress Plugins
  104. Java API and Microsoft's .NET API: a Comparison
  105. Are You Sure This Is the Source Code?
  106. Fixing Over a Decade of Missing Computer Programming Education In the UK
  107. Foxconn Betting Big On Firefox OS
  108. Java 6 EOL'd By Oracle
  109. PHP 5.5.0 Released
  110. Oracle and Microsoft To Announce Cloud Partnership Monday
  111. The Security Risks of HTML5 Development
  112. Book Review: Puppet 3 Beginner's Guide
  113. The IRS vs. Open Source
  114. Perspectives On the Latest IBM Layoffs
  115. Ask Slashdot: Getting Hired As a Self-Taught Old Guy?
  116. Join COBOL's Next Generation
  117. Monty Suggests a Business-Friendly License That Trends Open
  118. Node.js and MongoDB Turning JavaScript Into a Full-Stack Language
  119. Dr. Dobb's Calls BS On Obsession With Simple Code
  120. Review: Oracle Database 12c
  121. Ask Slashdot: How Will You Update Your Technical Skills Inventory This Summer?
  122. Larry Ellison and Marc Benioff Suddenly Playing Nice, Weirding Everyone Out
  123. Immigration Bill Passes the Senate, Includes More H-1B Visas
  124. How Silicon Valley's Tech Reign Will End
  125. Clinkle Wants To Become Your Wallet
  126. How Facial Analysis Software Could Help Struggling Students
  127. The Simian Army and the Antifragile Organization
  128. Things That Scare the Bejeezus Out of Programmers
  129. BART Strike Provides Stark Contrast To Tech's Non-Union World
  130. Digia Releases Qt 5.1 With Preliminary Support For Android and iOS
  131. Harlan: a Language That Simplifies GPU Programming
  132. Who Will Teach U.S. Kids To Code? Rupert Murdoch
  133. Oracle Quietly Switches BerkeleyDB To AGPL
  134. Silicon Valley In 2013 Resembles Logan's Run</em> In 2274
  135. Modeling How Programmers Read Code
  136. The Dangers of Beating Your Kickstarter Goal
  137. Book Review: Programming PHP 3rd Edition
  138. Deus Ex</em> Creator On How a Video-Game Academy Could Fix the Industry
  139. Why JavaScript On Mobile Is Slow
  140. The Pentagon's Seven Million Lines of Cobol
  141. Ask Slashdot: Development Requirements Change But Deadlines Do Not?
  142. Dropbox Wants To Replace Your Hard Disk
  143. No US College In Top 10 For ACM International Programming Contest 2013
  144. Mozilla Launches Firefox OS Simulator 4.0 With Test Receipts
  145. Interviews: Ask James Gosling About Java and Ocean Exploring Robots
  146. Ask Slashdot: Is Postgres On Par With Oracle?
  147. Are Amazon Vine Reviews of Technical Books a Joke?
  148. Ask Slashdot: Learning DB the Right Way; Books, Tutorials, or What?
  149. An Interesting Look At the Performance of JavaScript On Mobile Devices
  150. The Middle East Beats the West In Female Tech Founders
  151. Database Loophole Lets Legislators Avoid Photo Radar Tickets
  152. Kernel Dev Tells Linus Torvalds To Stop Using Abusive Language
  153. Oracle To Stop Developing Sun Virtualization Technologies
  154. Visual Studio vs. Eclipse: a Programmer's Comparison
  155. Github Finally Agrees Public Repos Should Have Explicit Licenses
  156. Eben Upton Muses on the Raspberry Pi, Scratch and, His Love For Parallela
  157. Ask Slashdot: Scientific Research Positions For Programmers?
  158. MS Tackles CS Education Crisis With Popularity Contest
  159. Ask Slashdot: What Is the Most Painless Intro To GPU Programming?
  160. Fedora Project Developer Proposes Layered, More Agile Design to Distribution
  161. Evolution of AI Interplanetary Trajectories Reaches Human-Competitive Levels
  162. Software Development Employment Rises 45% In 10 Years
  163. Mozilla Unveils 'Aggressive' Firefox OS Schedule: Quarterly Feature Releases
  164. The Last GUADEC?
  165. Microsoft Will Allow Indie Self-publishing, Debugging On Retail Xbox One
  166. Ingy döt Net Tells How Acmeism Bridges Gaps in the Software World (Video)
  167. Love and Hate For Java 8
  168. Look Out, Nuance: Apple's Office Near MIT Is Stocking Up With Speech-Tech Talent
  169. Hackers Using Bots, Scripts To Lock Down Restaurant Reservations
  170. Oracle Sues Companies It Says Provide Solaris OS Support In Illegal Manner
  171. "Feline Herd" Offers Easier Package Management For Emacs
  172. Ask Slashdot: Tags and Tagging, What Is the Best Way Forward?
  173. German Court Finds Fantec Responsible For GPL Violation On Third-Party Code
  174. 22nd International Obfuscated C Code Contest Starts Thursday 1 Aug 2013
  175. Sad Day In FarmVille</em>: Facebook's New Game Developer Program Could Trouble Zynga
  176. Remember the Computer Science Past Or Be Condemned To Repeat It?
  177. Ask Slashdot: Is Tech Talent More Important Than Skill?
  178. CouchDB: Roll Your Own, Or Go With a Service?
  179. Using Java In Low Latency Environments
  180. The Rising Power of Developers
  181. Samsung Smart TV: Basically a Linux Box Running Vulnerable Web Apps
  182. Half of Tor Sites Compromised, Including TORMail
  183. Using Zillow's Creative Commons Neighborhood Boundary Data For the U.S.
  184. Ask Slashdot: Is Development Leadership Overvalued?
  185. NVIDIA Open Sources SHIELD's Operating System
  186. How To Build a Simple Open Source Server Monitoring Solution With Mobile Support
  187. Back To 'The Future of Programming'
  188. Finland's Upper Secondary School Exams Going All-Linux
  189. Larry Ellison Believes Apple Is Doomed
  190. SDL 2.0 Release Improves 2D/3D Rendering, Better Audio & New Features
  191. Open Source Licensing Debate Has Positive Effect On GitHub
  192. Ask Slashdot: When Is It OK To Not Give Notice?
  193. Web Apps: the Future of the Internet, Or Forever a Second-Class Citizen?
  194. Ask Slashdot: Experiences Working At a High-Profile Game Studio?
  195. How One Programmer Is Coding Faster By Voice Than Keyboard
  196. Interviews: Q&A With Guido van Rossum
  197. Write Windows Phone Apps, No Code Required
  198. Interviews: Guido van Rossum Answers Your Questions
  199. Ask Slashdot: How To Get Open Source Projects To Take Our Money?
  200. Afraid Someone Will Steal Your Game Design Idea?
  201. Devs Flay Microsoft For Withholding Windows 8.1 RTM
  202. Researchers Reverse-Engineer Dropbox, Cracking Heavily Obfuscated Python App
  203. Ask Slashdot: Speeding Up Personal Anti-Spam Filters?
  204. For Education, Why TI-83 > iPad
  205. Code For America: 'The Peace Corps For Geeks'
  206. Mechwarrior Online</em> Developer Redefines Community Warfare
  207. Murdoch's AP Computer Science MOOC Goes Live
  208. Writing Documentation: Teach, Don't Tell
  209. Open-Source Python Code Shows Lowest Defect Density
  210. Team Oracle Penalized For America's Cup Rules Violations
  211. PayPal Freezes MailPile's Account
  212. Would You Tell People How To Crack Your Software?
  213. A Tale of Two MySQL Bugs
  214. Linus Responds To RdRand Petition With Scorn
  215. Ask Slashdot: How Best To Synchronize Projects Between Shared Drive and PCs?
  216. How To Turn Your Pile of Code Into an Open Source Project
  217. Java 8 Developer Preview Released
  218. SSD Failure Temporarily Halts Linux 3.12 Kernel Work
  219. How IP Law Helps FOSS Communities
  220. Ask Slashdot: Are 'Rock Star' Developers a Necessity?
  221. Google Releases Raspberry Pi Web Dev Teaching Tool
  222. Time For a Hobbyist Smartphone?
  223. Ask Slashdot: Attracting Developers To Abandonware?
  224. Preventing Cheating At Hackathons
  225. IBM Promises $1B Investment In Linux Development
  226. OpenZFS Project Launches, Uniting ZFS Developers
  227. NYT Publisher Says Not Focusing on Engineering Was A Serious Mistake
  228. A New Way To Fund Open Source Software Projects, Bug Fixes and Feature Requests
  229. Java Update Implements Whitelists To Combat 0-Day Hacks
  230. Amazon "Unlaunches" & Postpones $100,000 Civic Apps Contest For AWS
  231. Ask Slashdot: Does Your Work Schedule Make You Unproductive?
  232. A C++ Library That Brings Legacy Fortran Codes To Supercomputers
  233. Ask Slashdot: Prioritizing Saleable Used Computer Books?
  234. Will Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Stay With MySQL?
  235. Learning To Code: Are We Having Fun Yet?
  236. Oracle Promises 100x Faster DB Queries With New In-Memory Option
  237. Crowdfunding Platform For Drupal Development Launches
  238. Mozilla Plan Seeks To Debug Scientific Code
  239. w3.org news: Timed Text Markup Language 1 (TTML1) (Second Edition) is a W3C Recommend
  240. w3.org news: Call for Review: Internationalization Tag Set (ITS) Version 2.0 Proposed
  241. w3.org news: Network Service Discovery Draft Published
  242. LLVM's Libc++ Now Has C++1Y Standard Library Support
  243. Frameworks 5: KDE Libraries Reworked Into Portable Qt Modules
  244. The Most WTF-y Programming Languages
  245. Woz Expounds On His Hacking Shenanigans and Online Mischief
  246. Will New Red-Text Warnings Kill Casual Use of Java?
  247. w3.org news: Just a Few Days Left to Register for W3C HTML5 Training Course
  248. w3.org news: First Public Working Draft: WAI-ARIA 1.1
  249. How Early Should Kids Learn To Code?
  250. w3.org news: HTML Group Rechartered with New Dual License