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Has anyone actually been approved into the IoT developer program and gotten their hands on Windows 10 for the Pi yet? 

I signed up a couple weeks ago and still haven't been approved, so I haven't been able to try it.  Iwas just wondering if anyone has actually started working with Windows 10 and the Pi yet? 
Microsoft announces Windows 10 runs on the new Raspberry Pi 2 developer board.
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I'm just amused you mentioned the "Wintel alliance" in 2015. Also, that president Clinton he's up to no good, eh? 
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.Net 2015 - what's ahead
This blog is meant to showcase Microsoft developer community content, links, announcements and other data-based application coolness particularly in Visual Studio LightSwitch.
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Tutorial shows how to Issue JSON Web Token (JWT) in ASP.NET Web API 2,Owin middleware, then build list of Resource Servers relies on the Token Issuer Party.
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Running Ruby on Rails on IIS8 (or anything else, really) with the new HttpPlatformHandler
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
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A great list of .Net developer tools
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A performance comparison between React JS, Angular JS and Knockout JS when building large lists of data.
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Building ASP/C# apps on a Mac with vNext
Up until now the only ASP/C# development I do on my Mac is under a Virtual Machine. I have a couple "bleeding edge" VMs I use for CTP versions of the framework and Visual Studio. But I never truly develop things on the platform and thought I'd give it a try.
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I really like the new Microsoft.  I started learning C# about a year or so before they posted .Net core to Github, because of an interest in Unity3D.  I'd also started learning JavaScript around the same time.  I've been using Xamarin Studio on Windows and MonoDevelop on Linux.

I'm an old Unix guy, started my IT career in 1990, but the handwriting is on the wall, Perl's days are numbered, and it has reached a state of Zenga after 35+ years from which nothing can be improved without toppling the whole thing.  I need new languages going forward for writing the code to do my job.

The CLR is an amazing piece of tech. It's where I've decided to invest my "retooling" efforts. I can even host Perl6 applications in it, if I wanted.
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Introducing ASP.Net 5
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Nopes? What do you mean by that?
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Adding some security headers into our web application using Owin middleware could be very easy.
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I am pretty glad he drank that Kool-Aid. options are always good and .Net micro has huge potential. 
Raspberry Pi and Microsoft love-in to support latest Pi venture
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+Mike Mitterer that would actually be really funny
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more and more i like angular as a server-side-to-client-side data controller. i wonder if most of angular's heavy lifting could run on a server via headless browser or jsdom or w/e and only have minimal hook-ups on the client to feed a faster view renderer.
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Is it year 2004 ??? or maybe 2007 ? 
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Just your typical geek. My only addictions are technology, art, science, programming and green tea
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Silicon Forest Hacker / Developer and Volunteer Firefighter. I talk about Computer Science, Programming, Linux and Open Source, .Net, SEO, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Science, Math and anything else that interests me. 

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Gaston, Oregon - Forest Grove, Oregon - Sacramento, CA - Vancouver, WA - Beaverton, OR - Wilsonville, OR
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How to Write Better Unit Tests
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In working with some unit testing fairly extensively lately, I’ve gathered some guidelines I’ve tried to stick with over the years for …

PDP-11/Booting - Trammell Hudson's Projects
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So you want to play Adventure, but don't know how to turn on the PDP-11? These instructions are for booting our dual rack machine from its R

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Input is a typeface for code, designed by David Jonathan Ross and released by Font Bureau.

TYPE CAST EXCEPTION | Identity 2.0: Implementing Group-Based Permissions...
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Earlier this year we looked at Implementing Group-Based Permissions Management using the ASP.NET Identity 1.0 framework. The objective of th

How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi | Threat Level | WIRED
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Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborhood. He spent three hours exploring nearby

Realtime Fire Data: Rowena Fire in Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
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This page contains realtime fire data for the Rowena Fire in Columbia River Gorge, Oregon including a map and detailed information pertainin

Critiquing Facebook’s new PHP spec | The Circle Blog
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Yesterday, Facebook released an initial draft specification for PHP. Written by a team of Facebook employees including a veteran of many spe

How to set up a LEMP Server in Ubuntu 14.04
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Today I'm going to show you how to set up a LEMP server (Linux NginX MariaDB PHP) server on Ubuntu using a Digital Ocean droplet.

Sabayon Linux 14.06 Can Be Turned into a Gentoo-Based Steam Machine
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Sabayon Linux, an operating system designed for Linux enthusiasts who want the latest packages and the best performance but don't wish to sp

Realtime Fire Data: Two Bulls Wildland Fire in Bend, Oregon
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Google Updates "Panda" Filter, Impacts 7.5% Of Search Results
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Yesterday, Google has made a significant change to their Panda filter, named Panda 4.0. This is the biggest update to the Panda algorithm in

Chernobyl's Trees Won't Decay, Increasing the Risk of Nuclear Forest Fire
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How a new sort of wildfire threatens the Zone of Alienation and far beyond.

Sony Crams 3,700 Blu-Rays' Worth of Storage in a Single Cassette Tape
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Monogamous TDD | 8th Light
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We write beautiful web applications that are durable and free of defects in workmanship.

Channeling the Exchange of Knowledge: Jeremy Morgan
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Discover why Jeremy Morgan is wary of JavaScript, his favorite time-saving tools, and his advice for next-gen programmers.

Java is back? - Programming language trends in HWO
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Crisp's Blog » Good and Bad Technical Debt (and how TDD helps)
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Technical Debt is usually referred to as something Bad. One of my other articles The Solution to Technical Debt certainly implies that, and

My first service experience with them was fantastic! Valarie was extremely friendly, communicative and professional. There were some hiccups in the process of getting parts and it was communicated to me clearly and I didn't mind at all. In the end my car got fixed exactly as requested and I haven't had a problem with the issue since. The pricing was reasonable and I feel like I got a great deal. They have earned a loyal customer!
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Dr Warren is an excellent physician. He's clearly knowledgeable and cares about his patients and it shows. He can be very direct and blunt, which is something I appreciate greatly. I would highly recommend.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
If you like high quality Indian food, this is your spot. The ambiance is "Ok" and service is somewhat robotic. It's not bad but it fits what you'd expect from a strip mall Indian joint. The food however is not what you'd expect, it's exceptional. I'm a huge Indian food connoisseur, and I've tried nearly everything on the menu over the years, and I can't think of a single thing that's even mediocre here. It's all just really, really good food. It's very consistent and the lunch buffet is an excellent value. Gets crowded at times, but that's because the food is so great.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Not sure why all the bad reviews, this place is pretty great. It's a deli, so if you have expectations of a fancy restaurant you may be disappointed. But as far as a deli goes it's top notch. The food is good and arrives fast, the bubble tea is great as are the smoothies. Service has always been good for me when I went in there, I've never encountered the rudeness I've seen in these reviews. It's a good place especially if you want a fast bento and bubble tea.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Excellent place. They have tested equipment at reasonable prices, good service and really friendly people. I've purchased several machines from them and who knows how many parts and odd stuff from them and I have nothing but great things to say. If you want to build a computer or get a laptop on a tight budget or just want to build some test stuff it's hard to beat.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Been going to this place for years, it's like an old friend. Great food, great value, highly recommended. It may not be a highbrow joint, but it certainly doesn't try to be. Consistently good.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been here several times over the years, the food is great, service is great and it's been a staple of forest grove for quite a while. If good food and service take priority over everything with you, this is your place. Prices are very fair too. They're pretty fast here too, even during a rush. Check it out. Decor is OK, and the place is clean inside but doesn't even look like a Chinese restaurant really. But who cares? The food is awesome and the family running this are all incredibly friendly.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago