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  1. w3.org news: W3C Invites Implementations of Ambient Light Events, and Proximity Event
  2. w3.org news: HTML to Platform Accessibility APIs Implementation Guide Draft Published
  3. w3.org news: Last Call: XQueryX 3.0
  4. The Changing Face of Software Development
  5. w3.org news: W3C Workshop Report: Publishing and the Open Web Platform
  6. w3.org news: W3C Workshop Report: RDF Validation: Practical Assurances for Quality RD
  7. w3.org news: Call for Review: CSS Style Attributes Proposed Recommendation Published
  8. w3.org news: W3C Invites Implementations of CSS Fonts Module Level 3, and CSS Cascadi
  9. What Developers Can Learn From Healthcare.gov
  10. Intel Launches 'Galileo,' an Arduino-Compatible Mini Computer
  11. What Are the Genuinely Useful Ideas In Programming?
  12. w3.org news: Internet/Web Organizations Issue Montevideo Statement on the Future of I
  13. Dangerous VBulletin Exploit In the Wild
  14. w3.org news: W3C Invites Implementations of XML Inclusions (XInclude) Version 1.1
  15. w3.org news: Use Cases and Exploratory Approaches for Ruby Markup Note Published
  16. Google Offers Cash For Security Fixes To Linux and Other FOSS Projects
  17. If Java Is Dying, It Sure Looks Awfully Healthy
  18. GNU Make 4.0 Released
  19. w3.org news: Touch Events is a W3C Recommendation
  20. w3.org news: Last Call: CSS Text Module Level 3
  21. w3.org news: Web Audio API Draft Published
  22. w3.org news: Last Call: Compositing and Blending Level 1
  23. Java Spec Compatibility Weakened Android's TLS Encryption
  24. Oracle Attacks Open Source; Says Community-Developed Code Is Inferior
  25. The Curious Mind of Ada Lovelace
  26. How To Develop Unmaintainable Software
  27. w3.org news: Call for Review: API for Media Resources 1.0 Proposed Recommendation Pub
  28. Ask Slashdot: As a Programmer/Geek, Should I Learn Business?
  29. VirtualBox 4.3 Comes With New Multi-Touch Support, Virtual Cam and More
  30. Capturing the Flag, SQLi-Style
  31. Ask Slashdot: Best Language To Learn For Scientific Computing?
  32. Has Flow-Based Programming's Time Arrived?
  33. Visual Studio 2013 Released
  34. Ask Slashdot: What Are the Hardest Things Programmers Have To Do?
  35. Tech's Highest-Paid Engineers Are At Juniper
  36. Telegraph</em> Contributor Says Coding Is For Exceptionally Dull Weirdos
  37. Oracle Eyes Optical Links As Final Frontier of Data-Center Scaling
  38. GCC 4.9 To See Significant Upgrades In 2014
  39. How Your Compiler Can Compromise Application Security
  40. Infosys Fined $35M For Illegally Bringing Programmers Into US On Visitor Visas
  41. MELT, a GCC Compiler Plugin Framework, Reaches 1.0
  42. Larry Page and Sergey Brin Are Lousy Coders
  43. Oracle Shareholders Vote Against Ellison's Compensation Package (Again)
  44. Tech Titans Oracle, Red Hat and Google To Help Fix Healthcare.gov
  45. Speed Test: Comparing Intel C++, GNU C++, and LLVM Clang Compilers
  46. New Framework For Programming Unreliable Chips
  47. Linux 3.12 Released, Linus Proposes Bug Fix-Only 4.0
  48. The Academy For Software Engineering: a High School For Developers
  49. Bribe Devs To Improve Open Source Software
  50. Healthcare.gov Official Resigns, Website Still a Disaster
  51. The State of ReactOS's Crazy Open Source Windows Replacement
  52. Stop Listening and Start Watching If You Want To Understand User Needs
  53. Oracle Kills Commercial Support For GlassFish: Was It Inevitable?
  54. SourceForge Appeals To Readers For Help Nixing Bad Ad Actors
  55. Dart 1.0 Released
  56. Microsoft Releases Browser-Based IDE, Visual Studio Online
  57. Ask Slashdot: What Makes You Uninstall Apps?
  58. Zuckerberg To Teach 10 Million Kids 0-Based Counting
  59. Stephen Wolfram Developing New Programming Language
  60. GCC 4.9 Coming With Big New Features
  61. Canonical Developer Warns About Banking With Linux Mint
  62. Milverton Wallace Organizes Hackathons in Great Britain (Video)
  63. Microsoft Adds Node.js Support To Visual Studio
  64. Putting the Wolfram Language (and Mathematica) On Every Raspberry Pi
  65. Google Is Building a Chrome App-Based IDE
  66. NYT: Healthcare.gov Project Chaos Due Partly To Unorthodox Database Choice
  67. Kdenlive Developer Jean-Baptiste Mardelle Is Missing
  68. Code.org: More Money For CS Instructors Who Teach More Girls
  69. If You Want To Code From Home, Learn JavaScript
  70. San Quentin Inmates Learn Technology From Silicon Valley Pros
  71. 23% of IT Workers Spend Thanksgiving With Coworkers
  72. Speed Test 2: Comparing C++ Compilers On WIndows
  73. Ask Slashdot: Why Are Tech Job Requirements So Specific?
  74. Code.org Wants Participating Students' Data For 7 Years
  75. Sebastian Thrun Pivots Udacity Toward Vocational Education
  76. Open Source In the Datacenter: It Was Never About Innovation
  77. Zuckerberg Shows Kindergartners Ruby Instead of JavaScript
  78. Inside the War For Top Developer Talent
  79. How Much Is Oracle To Blame For Healthcare IT Woes?
  80. The Challenge of Cross-Language Interoperability
  81. Famo.us To Open Source Rendering Engine Replacement JavaScript Framework
  82. Tech Companies Set To Appeal 2012 Oracle Vs. Google Ruling
  83. Ask Slashdot: Why So Hard Landing Interviews In Seattle Versus SoCal?
  84. King James Programming
  85. Why Reactive Programming For Databases Is Awesome
  86. StackOverflow and Github Visualized As Cities
  87. Excite Kids To Code By Focusing Less On Coding
  88. Chicago Public Schools Promoting Computer Science to Core Subject
  89. KDE Releases KDevelop 4.6
  90. More Students Learn CS In 3 Days Than Past 100 Years
  91. Google's Dart Becomes ECMA's Dart
  92. Code.org Stats: 507MM LOC, 6.8MM Kids, 2K YouTube Views
  93. IDC: 40 Percent of Developers Are 'Hobbyists'
  94. KDE Releases Applications and Development Platform 4.12
  95. Comparing G++ and Intel Compilers and Vectorized Code
  96. Asm.js Gets Faster
  97. Is Computer Science Education Racist and ***ist?
  98. Ask Slashdot: Working With Others, As a Schizophrenic Developer?
  99. Is Ruby Dying?
  100. Developing Games On and For Linux/SteamOS
  101. Ruby 2.1.0 Released
  102. Why Don't Open Source Databases Use GPUs?
  103. How Ya Gonna Get 'Em Down On the UNIX Farm?
  104. </em>Prince of Persia</em> Level Editor 'Apoplexy' Reaches 2.0
  105. Not All Bugs Are Random
  106. US Requirement For Software Dev Certification Raises Questions
  107. Emacs Needs To Move To GitHub, Says ESR
  108. Do Non-Technical Managers Add Value?
  109. Cairo 2D Graphics May Become Part of ISO C++
  110. Source Code For 22nd IOCCC Winners Has Been Released
  111. "Clinical Trials" For Programming Languages?
  112. LLVM and Clang 3.4 Are Out
  113. Debug.js: A JavaScript VM and In-Browser Debugger In Pure JS Generators
  114. Google Ports Capsicum To Linux, and Other End-of-Year Capsicum News
  115. KDE Releases Frameworks 5 Tech Preview
  116. Why Do Projects Continue To Support Old Python Releases?
  117. Real-Time Face Substitution in Javascript
  118. Oracle Promises Patches Next Week For 36 Exploits In Latest Java
  119. 4K Is For Programmers
  120. Regex Golf, xkcd, and Peter Norvig
  121. How Reactive Programming Differs From Procedural Programming
  122. James Gosling Grades Oracle's Handling of Sun's Tech
  123. Programmer Debunks Source Code Shown In Movies and TV Shows
  124. Lawsuit: Oracle Called $50K 'Good Money For an Indian'
  125. Behind the Scenes of Wii U Software Development
  126. Japan To Tax Online Sales Of Foreign-Made Content
  127. The Mystery/Myth of the $3 Million Google Engineer
  128. Code.org: Give Us More H-1B Visas Or the Kids Get Hurt
  129. Oracle Seeking Community Feedback on Java 8 EE Plans
  130. Programmer Privilege
  131. GNU Guile Scheme Gets a Register VM and CPS-Based IL
  132. Google Releases Dart 1.1
  133. Intel Dev: GTK's Biggest Problem, and What Qt Does Better
  134. Chrome Is the New C Runtime
  135. Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Often-Run Piece of Code -- Ever?
  136. Valve Working on GNU/Linux Native Open Source OpenGL Debugger
  137. Ask Slashdot: Configuring Development Environment On a Shared Workstation?
  138. Blowing Up a Pointless Job Interview
  139. FreeBSD 10.0 Released
  140. Examining the User-Reported Issues With Upgrading From GCC 4.7 To 4.8
  141. Code Is Not Literature
  142. Python Scripting and Analyzing Your Way To Love
  143. Office Space: TV Documentary Looks At the Dreadful Open Office
  144. Collaboration and Rivalry In WebKit
  145. K-12 CS Education Funding: Taxes, H-1B Fees, Donations?
  146. Kentucky: Programming Language = Foreign Language
  147. Decision, EA: Judge Reverses Multimillion Dollar Award To Madden</em> Dev
  148. Microsoft Relaxing Xbox One Kinect Requirements, Giving GPU Power a Boost?
  149. Blizzard Releases In-House Design Tools To Starcraft</em> Modders
  150. Oracle Broadens Legal Fight Against Third-party Solaris Support Providers
  151. GitHub Launches Bug Bounty Program, Offers Between $100 and $5,000
  152. Would Linus Torvalds Please Collect His Bitcoin Tips?
  153. The Moderately Enthusiastic Programmer
  154. California Regulator Seeks To Shut Down 'Learn To Code' Bootcamps
  155. The JavaScript Juggernaut Rolls On
  156. Should Everybody Learn To Code?
  157. Eclipse Foundation Celebrates 10 Years
  158. Who's Writing Linux These Days?
  159. Chromecast Now Open To Developers With the Google Cast SDK
  160. Getting Young Women Interested In Open Source
  161. HTML5 App For Panasonic TVs Rejected - JQuery Is a "Hack"
  162. Amazon's Double-Helix Acquisition Hints At Gaming Console
  163. Ask Slashdot: Why Are We Still Writing Text-Based Code?
  164. LLVM & GCC Compiler Developers To Begin Collaborating
  165. Non-Coders As the Face of the Learn-to-Code Movements
  166. Boom Or Bust: The Lowdown On Code Academies
  167. GNU Hurd Gets Improvements: User-Space Driver Support and More
  168. Surrogate Database Key, Not Bitcoin Protocol Flaw, To Blame For Mt Gox Problems
  169. Red Hat Hires CentOS Developers
  170. Godot Game Engine Released Under MIT License
  171. A Dedicated Shell For Git Commands
  172. Ask Slashdot: Should Developers Fix Bugs They Cause On Their Own Time?
  173. The First Open Ranking of the World Wide Web Is Available
  174. Good Engineering Managers Just "Don't Exist"
  175. Background Javascript Compilation Boosts Chrome Performance
  176. 'CandySwipe' Crushed: When Game Development Turns Nasty