Jon Skeet wonders: I’ve been looking at C# 3 in a fair amount of detail recently, and likewise going over the features of C# 2….I feel sorry for someone wanting to learn C# 3 from scratch. It’s becoming quite a big language….It’s often been said in the newsgroups (usually when someone has been moving from […]
Harry Pierson wonders “Where Have All the SOA Mashups Gone?” Well, <a href=”http://www.sdtimes.com/printArticle/column-20070515-03.html”” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>this one went well. I’m not sure if it counts as a “mashup” in that all the data I was working with was XML and the interdiction / mashup was programmed in Ruby.
For weeks, I’ve been chewing over <a href=”http://blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/archive/2007/07/23/4003873.aspx”” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>this post by Raymond Chen, in which he says: [T]he real cost of compatibility is not in the hacks. The hacks are small potatoes. Most hacks are just a few lines of code (sometimes as few as zero), so the impact on performance is fairly […]
The Piss-Screen is a pressure-sensitive inlay for urinals, to play a game with your pee. The game is displayed on a screen above the urinal. Link The game development industry is the most miserable sector in the software development industry: lower pay, more bozos, worse management. And within that sector, marketing-driven games are the worst […]