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Magazine articles on other computer programming languages.
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PC Magazine
February 3, 2004
Jamie M. Bsales
Better Multimedia Authoring Developers who need to deploy interactive multimedia content to CD, DVD, kiosks, or the Web will welcome Macromedia Director MX 2004. mark for My Articles 200 similar articles
January 13, 2004
Jim Wagner
Nothing But .NET at Officials at the sister site of popular J2EE developer community cater to their Microsoft-savvy counterparts. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
July 2003
Andy Ihnatko
RealBasic 5.0 Software-development application remains top in field: As a programming environment that lets ordinary civilians write useful Mac software with a minimum of experience, sweat equity, and alcohol, RealBasic no longer stands alone -- but it's still the best choice for entry-level programmers. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
May 16, 2003
Michael Juntao Yuan
Let the mobile games begin, Part 2 This article uses a mobile driving-directions example to discuss how the Java and .Net platforms work together from end to end with the help of XML Web services. Through the code examples, the author also illustrates each platform's key benefits and problems. mark for My Articles 279 similar articles
April 2003
John Dixon
SuperCard 4.0 Excellent Mac software-development application reclaims its top spot. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
New Architect
November 2002
Godfrey Baker
Migrating to .Net Preparing your apps for the upgrade mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
Linux Journal
June 3, 2002
Boudewijn Rempt
Visual Development with Qt 3.0 The author looks at Qt 3.0 and talks about why it's such a strong and useful visual design environment. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Linux Journal
March 20, 2002
Pjotr Prins
Ruby: Productive Programming Language A brief overview of popular languages and how Ruby matches up. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Linux Journal
February 7, 2002
Jack Dennon
A Bison Tutorial: Do We Shift or Reduce? A shift-reduce conflict is the result of an ambiguity in the grammatical specification of a language, in our case, a programming language. The terms "shift" and "reduce" are explained in the course of this article... mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
New Architect
April 2002
Kurt Cagle
When a Language Becomes a Platform While there is certainly room for improvement, REBOL is nonetheless an impressive first foray into the problem of building a next-generation Web desktop... mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
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