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    Re: .NET dead or alive?

    Mono is certainly good when embedded, because one basically gets access to the whole .NET library (or the parts of it which are exposed). If you only need to expose certain functions to C# from C++...
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    Re: .NET dead or alive?

    No (Short answer, because it is very easy to find out why it won't end any time soon. I expect it to be alive at least for a lifetime :D).

    There is so much cheap hosting for PHP, that it is hard...
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    Re: .NET dead or alive?

    If you don't mind, I may share some experience I had with XNA and 3D stuff.

    I wrote a Tetris game with XNA once. 2D "board" with pieces in 3D environment. Thing is, most of the time was spent...
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    Re: .NET dead or alive?

    The guys who worked on C# and .NET did a great job of making both the language and the framework painless to use. Productivity working with C# and Visual Studio is amazing, portability is great (Mono...
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    Re: Ubuntu virtual tour on their website

    This amazing thing have just proved that the next window manager should be coded with javascript.
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    Re: How many of you are on Mac/Windows still?

    It is weird, now things reversed. I use Windows 7 at home and Ubuntu at work. :)
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    Re: Why Ubuntu is Anoying for My Business

    I envy you that you are able to convert your users. Or maybe you just can afford to loose them?
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    Re: Why Ubuntu is Anoying for My Business

    And developer in your company starts the day by writing action script game, fix bugs in C++ application before dinner, then resumes his day by creating templates in dreamweaver and exceptional...
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    Re: Why Ubuntu is Anoying for My Business

    Great thing to do. How do you test IE6, IE7, and IE8 browsers on Windows? You need separate windows instalation (or virtual machine) anyway, just to test on older IE.
  10. Thread: 8 Bad sectors

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    [ubuntu] Re: 8 Bad sectors

    Well, no need to panic, especially if you don't keep very important stuff on it. However, if you do, you should not wait until you get damaged mp3 files, half-blanked images, missing files, funny...
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    Re: Why Ubuntu is Anoying for My Business

    You said it in such a way like you actually use C++ for web development. Those developers that need to use ActionScript, can stay on windows machines.

    Same thing applies: make sure developers are...
  12. Thread: 8 Bad sectors

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    [ubuntu] Re: 8 Bad sectors

    No fix, do backups, save money for new hard drive...
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    Re: Why Ubuntu is Anoying for My Business

    Don't use Ubuntu on those computers that need such monstrosities as Visual Studio or Dreamweaver.

    Let me guess: web development, ASP.NET?

    Migration path: change your business! << sounds funny,...
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    Re: $4000 - 1 week - Vote

    Aren't we just selfish :P
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    Right now I consider myself switched to both. Broadened horizons. Does that make sense?
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    Re: On Linux Haters ...

    But... It runs? :)
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Newbie - installing software/using GTK and "make"

    Usually you need to look for packages which end with "-dev". And since they are libraries, they also may start with "lib". So I went into synaptic and done a search for "gtk+". The closest I could...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Newbie - installing software/using GTK and "make"

    Sorry, we can't really write full tutorial to linux here. This is basically forum full of questions, most of them duplicated. So you can ask.

    I am not sure if you REALLY want to learn things at...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Newbie - installing software/using GTK and "make"

    Ok then.

    I suggest you to Read About it Here.

    Summary: Look in repositories first. Add remove.

    Otherwise, if you can find .deb files for your ubuntu version - great! They are what you should...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Newbie - installing software/using GTK and "make"

    You need sudo when installing into system. I suggest not to. However, if you must, install into /opt directory.
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Newbie - installing software/using GTK and "make"

    If this program is packaged the standard way, you will need to:

    apt-get install build-essential
    [edit: build-essential, not build-essentials]

    go to the directory of your program and execute...
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    Re: My brain invented new way to workout.

    What if... you WERE running around while sleeping?
  23. Re: If you had an infinite capacity for knowledge....

    I learned that the world is real the other day :(
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    Re: technology has its limits

    Because you could not wait a minute before trying again :P
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    Poll: Re: Do you have programming dreams?

    We no longer refer to it as toilet, but "place of great ideas".

    As for dreaming, it burns your experience in long-term memory.



    var old_ideas[]
    var new_ideas[]

    foreach new_idea in...
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