Linked by snydeq on Wed 23rd Nov 2011 07:23 UTC
General Development Fatal Exception's Neil McAllister gets into the holiday spirit with a post that gives thanks to technical advances for developers, including open source tools, modern IDEs, and distributed version control. 'I'm old enough to remember when performance-critical routines meant hand-coded assembly language and sometimes even keying in machine code as hexadecimal digits. We've come a long way since those bad old days, and not surprisingly we owe a lot of our progress to technology. So for this Thanksgiving, here are just a few of the modern advances for which I, as a developer, give thanks.' What are you giving thanks to?
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RE[2]: Eclipse
by Jack Burton on Thu 24th Nov 2011 23:01 UTC in reply to "RE: Eclipse"
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VS2010 runs like a Dog on XP ... and I was still using 2008 at work for projects even though I had 2010 installed just because my 2GB of ram on my work PC didn't cut it, as for Writing to C:\ as a regular user ... I have no idea what you are on about ... I work under group policy and I can't even see my C:\ drive.

I'm talking about this one:

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