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41 When Open Source Attacks
42 How Google Took Over My Digital Life
43 The New Kindles - The Rise Of Amazondroid
44 A New Microsoft Logo - Sign Of The Times
45 Debugging and the Experimental Method
46 MOOCs Fail Students With Dark Age Methods
47 Why the Trope of Anita Sarkeesian Matters
48 IronJS - In Conversation with Fredrik Holmström
49 A Woman at Google I/O
50 The State of Windows 8
51 The Astonishing Tale of WP8 - Compiling 100,000 Apps
52 Jailbreaking the Developer
53 Windows 8 Release Preview - Marriage of Inconvenience
54 Microsoft's Extinction Event
55 The Oracle v Google Trial IProgrammer Reads the Patents
56 Why Do We Tolerate IE? Just Say No
57 How Microsoft Could Have Done Metro
58 The Functional View of the New Languages
59 The War At Microsoft - Managed v Unmanaged
60 Programming - A Life Long Challenge
61 In Praise of Top-Down
62 Windows 8's Private API - WOA For Developers
63 Teach Concepts Not Just Code
64 The One Addition That Would Make HTML5 Great
65 2011 - I Programmer's Review of the Year
66 2011 - The Year HTML5 Won
67 Why We Don't Need Even More Programming Languages
68 Windows 8: A Frankenstein Monster
69 Raspberry Pi or Programming - What shall we teach the children?
70 Windows Phone 7 Sunk by Silverlight
71 Windows Fragmentation
72 Ingres becomes Actian - some questions answered
73 Gadget failure - overlapping windows and screen size
74 JavaScript - is the new Basic!
75 HTML - is it really going to hack it?
76 Semantic HTML5?
77 Weak typing - the lost art of the keyboard
78 How will Windows Phone 7 be successful?
79 To be a programmer in a post PC era..
80 In Praise of Perl and the Llama
81 Was .NET all a mistake?
82 The Irrelevance of the New C++ Standard
83 Why your next language better be C++
84 More monitors!
85 Dumping .NET - Microsoft's Madness
86 IPv6: The Programmer's View
87 Classic VB is 20 and still missed by many
88 Dyslexia and programming
89 JavaScript Inherits The Earth
90 Microsoft goes native - HTML5 that is
 
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