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Date / TimeStory
Monday March 25, 2013 @05:40AM SpaceX: Lessons Learned Developing Software For Space Vehicles
Thursday November 15, 2012 @02:46AM US Air Force Scraps ERP Project After $1 Billion Spent
Saturday March 17, 2012 @07:50PM Van Rossum: Python Not Too Slow
Tuesday June 21, 2011 @06:38PM Biggest Changes In C++11 (and Why You Should Care)
Saturday March 13, 2010 @05:28PM Toyota Acceleration and Embedded System Bugs
Sunday January 31, 2010 @06:56PM Toyota Pedal Issue Highlights Move To Electronics
Monday January 18, 2010 @03:49PM Microsoft Says Upgrade To IE8, Even Though It's Vulnerable
Wednesday May 20, 2009 @04:48PM Robot Soldiers Are Already Being Deployed
Tuesday March 03, 2009 @02:54PM Null References, the Billion Dollar Mistake
Tuesday December 16, 2008 @04:01PM Experts Say To Switch Browsers In Light of IE Vulnerability
Tuesday December 09, 2008 @11:06PM Bjarne Stroustrup On Educating Software Developers
Saturday September 27, 2008 @04:49PM Microsoft's Mundie Sees a Future In Spatial Computing
Wednesday September 24, 2008 @04:47PM Clean Code
Friday September 19, 2008 @05:16PM Why Lazy Functional Programming Languages Rule
Thursday August 21, 2008 @11:15PM Interview Update With Bjarne Stroustrup On C++0x
Saturday July 19, 2008 @07:50PM The Father of Multi-Core Chips Talks Shop
Sunday July 06, 2008 @06:26PM Scaling Large Projects With Erlang
Wednesday July 02, 2008 @05:34PM Intel Says to Prepare For "Thousands of Cores"
Wednesday June 25, 2008 @04:13PM Bjarne Stroustrup Reveals All On C++
Wednesday June 18, 2008 @03:58PM PhD Research On Software Design Principles?
Friday June 06, 2008 @10:40PM Software Update Shuts Down Nuclear Power Plant
Monday May 19, 2008 @04:13PM Do Static Source Code Analysis Tools Really Work?
Sunday May 04, 2008 @01:04AM NVIDIA Shaking Up the Parallel Programming World
Saturday April 26, 2008 @06:11PM Donald Knuth Rips On Unit Tests and More
Friday April 04, 2008 @12:05AM Inside Intel's $20M Multicore Research Program
Friday March 28, 2008 @05:17PM Is Parallelism the New New Thing?
Tuesday March 25, 2008 @04:39PM More Interest In Parallel Programming Outside the US?

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