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Magazine articles on computer programming techniques and trends.
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March 10, 2004
Yukon, Whidbey Delayed to 2005 Microsoft said it will delay the next versions of its SQL Server database software and Visual Studio development .NET environment until the first half of 2005, several months beyond the earlier frame of 2004. mark for My Articles 151 similar articles
March 5, 2004
Clint Boulton
Richer Clients a Must for Web Services New study says after the era of fat and thin clients, richer clients are needed to drive Web services. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
February 19, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
Programmers on Windows Code: Eyes Wide Shut A look at the leaked chunks of Windows 2000 and NT might be tempting, but many programmers don't dare to even peek at Microsoft's naked code. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Science News
February 14, 2004
Paint by Pixel Aaron Hertzmann has developed a way for computers to refashion images and animations to reflect different painting styles. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
November 17, 2003
Peter Krass
Composite Applications Easy-to-build software that works the way you do: For decades software programmers have been trying to make themselves obsolete. Some of them, anyway. The newest attempt at their long-standing goal is known as composite applications. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
October 15, 2003
Michael Schrage
Lies, Damned Lies and Requirements The road to applications development hell is paved with rigid code requirements. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
October 15, 2003
Christopher Lindquist
Winner's Circle for Sale Programming contest sponsor TopCoder, seeking to profit from its contestants' prowess, has created a new division called TopCoder Software that aims to hire out teams of programmers on an outsourced or consulting basis to large corporations. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Science News
September 27, 2003
Ivars Peterson
The Bias of Random-Number Generators Researchers in Germany have provided some mathematical insight into why many random-number generators give wrong results in so-called cluster Monte Carlo simulations and related computational experiments. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2003
Bill Breen
Can Microsoft Finally Kill All The Bugs? Viruses, flaws, and worms, oh my! With PCs crashing and the Internet wheezing, Gates & Co. are on the quality hot seat. We'll take you inside Microsoft's effort to get its software right, right from the start. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
September 15, 2003
Michael Schrage
Don't Trust Your Code to Strangers If you really want an effective implementation, don't outsource your software development. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
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