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if the name Dennis Ritchie doesn't ring a bell to you and you work in tech do yourself a favor and read on.
A well balanced comparison of both languages. Is Java faster than C/C++? The short answer is: it depends.
I was sitting down with one of our most productive software developers for his annual... more »
A complete list of all major algorithms (300), in any domain. The goal is to provide... more »
A really nice repository of design patterns with a source code in Java and C++,... more »
So, you have a program that uses efficient algorithms with a well-parallelized... more »
C++ is a horrible language. It’s made more horrible by the fact that a lot of... more »
Some observations regarding Tiobe's unbiased assesment of language popularity,... more »
I just foolishly got caught in a You-Tube discussion on Java vs C performance. ... more »
An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) or known as Integrated Environmental... more »
Java has many areas which can be slow. However for every problem there is a solution.... more »
Will outsourcing save you 75% of your development costs? The actual truth may surprise you.
Well I suppose that they are only hilarious to us geeks, and maybe the people who... more »
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Think that older developers are less valuable than newer ones? Labor statistics... more »
Starting from version 4.5 Nokia (who purchased Trolltech about a year ago) will license Qt as LGPL software!
Six common-sense suggestions that can be utilized to help write better code,... more »
What makes a programmer really a "good" programmer?
The conclusion is that either people are in a big rush to learn about computers, or... more »
WOW! Check out this blog! Video lectures on C++, Java, Perl, Python, functional... more »
Only a few months after the release of NetBeans 6.8, 6.9 development is already well... more »
A list of more than 80 different cheat sheets for web and software development... more »
A number requires 4 bytes and 10 million will need 40 megabytes of memory. A classic... more »
The proliferation of modern programming languages (all of which seem to have stolen... more »
If you read discussions about programming languages, one topic is quite common: "Why... more »
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