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1 JavaScript The Language With Two Names
2 2014 A Programmer's Year Part II
3 2014 A Programmer's View
4 2014 - A Keynote
5 Weak typing - the lost art of the keyboard
6 Not Dumping .NET - Microsoft's Method
7 Dyslexia and Programming
8 A Comment To The Future Me
9 No Exceptions - Ever!
10 Spreadsheets Are Special
11 The Real Reason To Learn To Program - The Power
12 Architecture Issues For eHealth Interoperability
13 Heartbleed Makes The Case For Managed Code
14 C# Guru - An Interview With Eric Lippert
15 Developers - Microsoft Is Back!
16 Why The Internet Of Things Has A Problem
17 The Perils Of Mozilla
18 Catalyst And More - An Interview With Matt Trout
19 Is This What It Now Means To Build A Computer?
20 Review Of The Programming Year 2013
21 Deep Teaching
22 HTML Apps - The Long Road Yet To Travel
23 Robots Are Rubbish!
24 We Make Nothing
25 Web Apps Or Firefox OS Apps?
26 WAT! JavaScript, Ignorance And Prejudice
27 Why The End User Cloud Is Dead
28 Microsoft v The Developers
29 Why Do We Try To Make Programming Like Something Else?
30 Tools Doth A Language Make
31 Is The Start Button Coming Back To Windows 8?
32 Perlito - An Interview With Flávio Glock
33 Windows 8 - The Desktop Destroyer
34 Why PyWeek: An Interview with Richard Jones
35 Teach Code In School - Before It's Too Late!
36 What Every Developer Needs To Know Now
37 Data Typing Is A Relic
38 Programming News Review Of 2012
39 Niecza - Perl 6 Implemented in .NET
40 Trouble At Code School
41 IE The Browser You Loved To Hate
42 HTML5 After The Hype
43 In Praise of Skeuomorphy
44 JavaScript Is Basic's Offspring
45 Perl 6 and Parrot - In Conversation with Moritz Lenz
46 The Disastrous Fragmentation Of Web Apps
47 Living In The Post .NET Era
48 When Open Source Attacks
49 How Google Took Over My Digital Life
50 The New Kindles - The Rise Of Amazondroid
 
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