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“It should really have been called ++C, because we only want to use a language after it has been improved.” - made my day.
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5 Different Types of Programmers.... Which one is your type?? Share Your Thought...

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Sony to Launch a Vaio Windows Phone in 2014

News is coming that Sony is in talks with Microsoft to launch a Windows Phone smart-phone in 2014. To launch its wonderful device based on Windows Phone OS, Sony would use its previously PC-centric Vaio brand. To get more information on this news, continue reading this blog...

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http://blogs.perceptionsystem.com/sony-launch-vaio-windows-phone-2014/

#windowsphone8 #sonyvaiowindowsphone  
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Facebook has just revealed a sneak peak at their Oculus Rift beta site
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A lovely poem for remembering Reserved Keywords in Javascript.

"Let this long package float, 
Goto private class if short.
While protected with debugger case,  
Continue volatile interface.
Instanceof super synchronized throw, 
Extends final export throws.  

Try import double enum?  
- False, boolean, abstract function, 
Implements typeof transient break!
Void static, default do,  
Switch int native new. 
Else, delete null public var 
In return for const, true, char
…Finally catch byte."

Original StackOverflow Post Here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26255/reserved-keywords-in-javascript/12114140#12114140

#stackoverflow   #codingpoetry   #javascript  
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Comment for binding views to promises directly (10:00), if i remember ng-conf 2014 correctly, Angular either already got rid of view to promise binding, or will get rid of it soon, as there are too many misconceptions and confusion around this features. 
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True on the 'redone' thing. Works great on tablets too (better then Chrome). As a Web Dev, I've yet to find something that works in FireFox or Chrome and doesn't in IE 11. Well, there was WebRTC. but I don't think it is fully standard yet and even FF only got in the latest version - so I'll give it time.

All in all - IE 10-11 has made a giant leap in the right direction, coming on par with the other two major browsers.

The most popular part isn't what the stat sties I use say, though. I think, Chrome is currently in the lead.

Hopefully, we will reach a balance where the three major rendering engines (Trident, Gecko and Webkit) get about equal share and we don't get another Explorer 6.
 
#Tech : Microsoft Internet Explorer:  A Phoenix Reborn?

Once the butt of countless jokes, Microsoft's Internet Explorer ("IE") got totally redone in version 9 (which many don't know about) to a web standards browser.  The latest version, IE 11, is fast becoming one of the most popular browsers today.

IE has been doing a lot of other things too...from helping web developers make web standard sites (really!) at http://modern.ie/ to transforming what we think of the web by pushing the boundries with some amazingly well designed websites:  http://www.rethinkie.com/
If that wasn't enough, they are even giving the code and resources on how they made these sites to the developer community for free.  Now that's cool.

The browser is fantastic on touchscreens, and is the first browser totally made for touch (and yes, it works great compared to any other tablet based browser), and there is even a desktop (aka "regular") version as well for Windows 7 and 8.1 users.

If you haven't thought about IE since the days of AOL and GeoCities (ok, some of you who have been on the web a long time will get that), it's time to take a look again.  IE is fast (faster than Chrome and Firefox in many instances), web standards compliant (with adopting new and emerging standards with every version), and if you are on the Microsoft (aka Windows) ecosystem...it even syncs across your devices.

As both a Chrome and IE user, I've been spending more and more time with IE 11 and loving it.

#microsoft   #internetexplorer  
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I've recently been asked to come up with a list of questions to interview a junior Dev for my current project and wanted to know what you think about it.

The project is a Web App that organizes workflow of a call center \ out of office agents for a large financial institution. ASP.NET MVC on the server, Angular JS single page APP as the client. 

Interview had 4 sections: C# and ASP.NET, general software development, JS, AngularJS. Here I will post the JS part. 

Questions come from my practical experience of what is important to know when developing an MV... app with JS. They are split into 5 topics (easy to hard) and one bonus questions (for the curious \ smart devs). Each topic gives 1 point if the candidate has general understanding of it, so does answer to a bonus question. For a junior JS Dev I would like someone who could get 4 points, but would accept someone with 3 I think.

Questions:

-What data types does JS have?
-What does ‘typeof’ do?
 
-What is the difference between the ‘if’ statement in JS and languages like C# and JAVA?
-What are truthy \ falsy values?
-Which values will be falsy?
-What is short-circuiting?
 
-What is the difference between prototypical and classical inheritance models?
-What is a constructor function?
-What does instanceof do?
-What does calling a function with the ‘new’ keyword do?
-What can ‘this’ be equal to inside a function?
 
-How do we enumerate object properties in JS?
-How can we differentiate between objects own properties and inherited ones?
-During the enumeration, will functions be enumerated?
-When we add a property to an object, how do we make the ‘for’ enumeration cycle skip it?
-What is a ‘getter’ and a ‘setter’ and how do we create them?
 
-How are code modules typically created in JS?
-How are classes typically created in JS?
-For a class in JS, how do we create an equivalent of static methods from languages with classical inheritance model like C# and JAVA?
 
Bonus practical question – how can we tell a property of an object that was assigned a value of undefined from the one that newer existed on an object?

What do you guys think of this question list?
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