Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 12th Jul 2009 14:03 UTC
Google Even though everyone's talking about it, fact of the matter is that Google's Chrome OS is currently nothing more than an internet announcement, with a supposed release date of somewhere in 2010. Google chief executive Eric Schmidt has now stated that netbooks running Chrome OS could appear as early as this year. In addition, Schmidt also talked about his position at Apple's board of directors.
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RE[7]: can't wait
by Adurbe on Mon 13th Jul 2009 12:49 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: can't wait"
Adurbe
Member since:
2005-07-06

Visual Studio's innovation' was the incorporation of mutiple languages within the IDE with intergration between them.

I started on Visual Studio 6 using VB. The fact I could then 'migrate' to the C based languages without learning a new interface and IDE 'quirks' was wonderful

It became THE Windows programing IDE

Borland Delphi, if memory serves, did not become multi language until later in its life

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RE[8]: can't wait
by james_parker on Tue 14th Jul 2009 22:27 in reply to "RE[7]: can't wait"
james_parker Member since:
2005-06-29

Visual Studio's innovation' was the incorporation of mutiple languages within the IDE with intergration between them.


The UCSD p-System provided an IDE (albeit not a graphical IDE) that supported mixing Pascal, Fortran, and Assembly language (typically PDP-11 or Z-80) circa 1980.

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