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    I recommend this newsletter

    for anyone who is interested, this is a FANTASTIC newsletter

    CodeProject - For those who code

    the articles they highlight almost always have some great insight on quite a range of subjects.

    i dont actually remember how to sign up for said newsletter, but its there somewhere.

    though id share though.


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    Re: I recommend this newsletter

    what projects are you working on these days krosen?
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    Re: I recommend this newsletter

    Quote Originally Posted by NiCKYNiTRO View Post
    what projects are you working on these days krosen?
    bahhhhhhhh tinkering with android in free time, working on this house (SHUT IT DRSLFIN (is he still around?)). we just put some hard wood flooring down last week, finishing it up today. always more work to do.

    working with android gives you insight into the whole iOS vs Google look - it is clear to me that apple is more akin to a console than a computer (if most people even consider those things separate these days) - android supports such a variety of devices it can make your head spin.

    at the very least it enforces good programming though - you mess up it lets you know in a painful way.

    also in case it wasnt obvious the newsletter i recommended is only recommended for programming tips XD - its good for programming though.


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