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Top Five Developer Mistakes of the Week

Real developers are tough and can take criticism in the same way that Superman can take punches. On the flip side, developers can be quick to throw criticisms as well. This week a number of interesting factors were brought to my attention about goofy developer things. The bottom line is simply; there are things developers should do and should not do. If you don't do some basic things, then you are like Superman in a room full of kryptonite. The punches might start to hurt.

"Hands on" Development

As a person running web sites, I get press releases on a regular basis. Being that the sites I oversee are focused primarily, on developers, it is no surprise that most of the release focus on developers and development. Of course, every now and then I get a press release that leaves me wondering a bit.

Microsoft Office 2010 Beta Is Available

You might be asking the question, "What more could Microsoft add or change in Microsoft Office?" If so, then now is your chance to find out with the new beta of Microsoft Office 2010.

Is Threading Going Away?

I attended the Indianapolis .NET Developers Association meeting last night. One of the discussion points was on the parallelism features in .NET. The question that was asked was in regard to these new commands in .NET were based on threads. Programming parallel feature has required creating and using threads. When I heard this question, it made me think back to the late eighties and early nineties and memory management.

Getting GodMode in Windows 7 or Vista

It is always cool to find tips and tricks you can use. While not a programming trick, the addition of GodMode to Windows Vista or Windows 7 can turn out to help you as a developer.

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