Under The Wire

Under The Wire

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Interesting Links #3

An interview to Joanna Rutkowska. As usual a worth reading.

An hack to have a browser in Windows7. User friendliness is no more here while Opera is still not downloaded by everyone but who already knows it.

If you need to perform a lot of boring operations on finite fields or on elliptic curves, I think you should give a look at this script. I wrote it and helped me a lot.

Read this post and write what do you think in a comment. I still have to make up my mind about it.


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Interesting links #2

Google I/O 2009 - The Myth of the Genius Programmer: definitely a worth watching to understand what programming actually is.

10 Privacy Settings for Facebook: I don’t know if it is fair to write in the same sentence both Facebook and Privacy, however have a read and adjust your settings.

"0wnz0red": Programmers who hack their own bodies don't need exercise and never get sick: A new short story from one of science fiction's bright young stars. By Cory Doctorow

Inside Gazelle, Microsoft Research's "browser OS": for sure it will not bury Internet Explorer in the near future. But it is still interesting, really interesting.

Windows 7 is nearly RTM but there is still the need to additional software to Mount ISO images, and make PDF.

If you missed the links we suggested in the past check it out.


Saturday, July 11, 2009

Interesting links #1

Google's Microsoft Moment: Google announced its Chrome OS, are they becoming evil (In the case they are not already evil)? Chrome (The browser) its great, I’m waiting to see how the Chrome OS will look like, even if I am not a Linux supporter.

Inside C# 4.0: dynamic typing, optional parameters, covariance and contravariance: how to make the language messy, with some syntax sugar and some useful properties (Respectively).

Office 2010: The Movie: I used to hate every single office software suite. Now I have a reason to prefer LaTeX even to Office 2010, without even having to try it. Microsoft, can you please hire an actual marketing division?

Object Oriented Design: sit watch and learn the principle and the patterns before actually writing the code. It helps a lot.


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