Inside Google Native Client for x86 binaries

February 24, 2011
Call it crazy, but Google's experimental technology to run native x86 binaries in the browser shows lots of potential
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The 7 deadly sins of software development

February 17, 2011
Recognize the worst traits of programmers everywhere and save yourself from developer hell
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Smartphones and freebies spell success for Google I/O

February 10, 2011
Google I/O 2011 sold out in record time as many expect a free tablet, but there's more to this conference for developers
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Chrome OS vs. Android 3.0: Which platform will prevail?

February 03, 2011
Developers have two Google OSes to choose from, but one platform may have an advantage in the long run
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HTML: The standard that failed?

January 27, 2011
HTML is officially whatever the top browser vendors say it is at the moment. You call that a standard?
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Amazon.com: The Wal-Mart of Android apps?

January 20, 2011
Developers who think the Amazon Appstore will be a welcome alternative to the Android Market should read the fine print
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Mac App Store: Blueprint for the software retailer of tomorrow?

January 13, 2011
Online software distribution channels are on the rise, but to succeed, app stores must become more like real stores
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Software security: Honesty is the best policy

January 06, 2011
Admitting to flaws in your code can be embarrassing, but OpenBSD's hunt for a back door proves the alternative could be much worse
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Software development predictions for 2011

December 23, 2010
Developers struggle to cope with a Java market dominated by Oracle, smartphone platforms duke it out, and the specter of legislation looms
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Hits and misses in software development in 2010

December 16, 2010
InfoWorld's developer blogger revisits his predictions for the Web, Java, mobile, and more in 2010. How did he do?
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