Monthly Archives: July 2013

Why C++ is still my favourite language (Revised)

With the advent of .NET the Microsoft camp is also moving away from C++ to a virtual machine driven architecture a la Java. When Java first came out the advantages were supposed to be memory management and security. Garbage collection … Continue reading

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Chocolatey Aptget for Windows or something close to it. ¬†Why I want it? Not just because, as Scott Hanselman says, it saves the trouble of looking it up in Google. But more importantly for software testers or support we have … Continue reading

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