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[TechRepublic] Windows 8: A developer's first impressions

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Windows 8: A developer's first impressions

Justin James highlights the major changes in Windows 8 that developers need to know, and explains why he thinks Microsoft strategy might backfire. Read more

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Resource of the day

Cloud Security Demo

There's plenty of hype surrounding the cloud, but there are drawbacks, mainly security. Download this demo of security software for cloud-based networks to learn what your cloud is missing.


Developer news roundup: BUILD, AppFog, Web Workers HTML5 feature

Justin James highlights news about Windows 8, Zend Server 5.5, RailsInstaller 2, the dearth of parallel programming skills, and more. Read more

Different types of documentation for programmers

Justin James goes back to basics in this overview of the documentation types developers should know. Read about "self-documenting" code, UML, and more. Read more

Poll: Does the 'five-screen' future affect your development?

Many Web developers are already facing the challenge of designing for five screens. Do you foresee this being a problem for your development work? Read more

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It's time to think differently about Windows 8

The Developer Preview version of Microsoft Windows 8 asks users and IT pros to think differently about their operating system. Read more

A quick tutorial on coding Android's accelerometer

The accelerometer is a hardware sensor used to detect a shake motion. William Francis shares the accelerometer code that he uses in his Android apps. Read more

Balancing the website design between business objectives and user experience

Ryan Boudreaux looks at the challenge of balancing the business needs of an organization with creating a good user experience when you design a client's website. Read more

Get your app ready for Android's global ecosystem

These six tips from developer William Francis will help you make sure your Android app is up to muster in the global ecosystem. Read more

IT Job openings, week of Sept. 19, 2011

Here are some job openings for the week of September 19, 2011. Read more

Does Android's permission system really work?

Android allows applications to sidestep permissions under certain conditions. The bad guys probably know which ones. Do you? Read more


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Virgin Galactic's spaceship family all together for the first time (photos)

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