The great JavaScript debate: Improve it or kill it?

September 23, 2011
Google's Dart aims to replace JavaScript, Intel's River Trail to extend it; the race is on as smartphone apps threaten the need for open JavaScript
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Windows 8 and Microsoft's big gamble

September 16, 2011
Beware, Apple and Google: Windows 8's Metro UI presents unprecedented opportunity for developers on PCs and devices
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Introducing Opa, a Web dev language to rule them all

September 08, 2011
One-stop language for Web application development spares you the drudgery of coding in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, and more
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Earth to developers: Grow up!

September 01, 2011
When dogma supplants reasoned debate, rational programmers must step back and remember a few basic principles
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Why developers shouldn't abandon WebOS yet

August 25, 2011
There's life in the former Palm's platform still, but only if it can lose the albatross that is HP
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Hail the return of native code and the resurgence of C++

August 18, 2011
Interpreted languages and virtual machines are all well and good, but a new version of C++ signals renewed interest in old-fashioned native binaries
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Microsoft's JavaScript focus is a winner

August 11, 2011
Never mind the complaints: JavaScript scripting is the best way forward for Microsoft Office and the Windows platform
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Oracle: Java's worst enemy

August 04, 2011
The buggy Java SE 7 release is only the latest misstep in a mounting litany of bad behavior
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A plea for sanity in software versioning

July 28, 2011
Developers should resist the temptation to inflate version numbers for marketing purposes, both for customers' sake and their own
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Developers' big decision: Whether to bet the farm on Facebook

July 21, 2011
FarmVille creator Zynga sees big riches in social network platforms, but vendor lock-in means this gold rush may not pan out for independent developers
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