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magicalclick magicalclick C9 slogan, #dealwithit. WinPh8.1 IE empty tab crash and removable video control edition.
  • love this bit on the angular web site

    , Bass wrote

    *snip*

    You are right, it's not a sinking ship. It already sunk. Who is using .NET and what the hell are they using it for? I'm sure there are insurance companies and other random boring Innotek organizations in non-tech focused companies still out there using .NET for equivalently boring software development. If you enjoy that that’s cool. I don't. No one is advancing computer science, nobody is working at the brink using Microsoft technology. Including Microsoft. I'd love proof otherwise, because honestly I think C# and .NET is quite well designed. But I can't find any counterexamples.



    Does me using ASP.Net WebMatrix to write out my HTML code and use whatever JS out there count?

  • love this bit on the angular web site

    The whole reason why HTML is great is because HTML doesn't do any of those.

  • What's up with update quality MS?

    , wkempf wrote

    @spivonious: Running a separate process in each tab should reduce the likelihood of the whole thing crashing... but there is simply no way to entirely prevent taking down the entire thing. It's not realistic to say "never". To say "rarely", or in this case just complaining that the whole thing crashes in these situations would be more realistic, but that's not what he said.



    I didn't include the implementation. But, at extreme case, I could implement IE as a chrome to VM for each tab. How about that then?

  • Add another one to the pile

    Never really understand what it was supposed to do.

  • What's up with update quality MS?

    , Icthiodrak wrote

    *snip*

    It is basically that triangle you see that has "Quality - Time - Cost" on it.  You get to pick two.  Since everyone was complaining at how slow Microsoft was they had to drop quality to improve time.  Everything has a trade-off.



    I don't know about that. I am still dealing with NumericUpDown bug like, type 9999999, UP, 999999, UP = fail. Should MS care? Well.... I wish they care.

  • What PC's need in post ​floppy/cd-​rom/dvd/sno​wden era

    Sorry I didn't read the whole thing. The best strategy to send extremely sensitive data, IMO, is simply bundle it with a cracked Pokemon Rom that is actually a malware for minor porn. And it is send out of the global spam recipients. Anyone who dare to keep the spam file long enough should suffer the wrath of FBI branding him as pedo.

  • Bing top tens

    The story about the woman lose a finger to the lion and sue the zoo sounds stupid, but, it totally make sense. She likely will win on the court just like tons of other completely idiotic law suit. I don't blame her. I blame the justice system that spoiled them.

  • Tom Warren (The Verge) and Ed Bott (zdnet) give up on WP. msft's karma??

    I don't blame them. After all these years, WP is still called "WP8". And no Grindr and Growlr. It is basically a Linux without AOL messenger back in the days. Instant turn off.

    Wild guess in Linux. No fact checking.

  • What's up with update quality MS?

    Sounds horrible. Also I think IE should never crash, close tab is ok, but, not crash.

  • Hackers trick coffee machine into making ​uncopyright​ed coffee

    It would be funny if the video got taken down due to infringement to Star Wars.