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Why is Architecture (of Windows) important? Because (among other reasons) Architectural decision are impossible to change after implementation. Paradoxically non existence of Architectural decision is also impossible to change. And neither is good information to publish. Especially for shareholders income.
MS WORD Help System is solidly anchored in the past century. Illustration above clarifies the hoops countless of “Office Solution” developers have to go through every day.
I really do not care much about Programming Languages. About their high priests and about flock following them priests, like huge shoal of fish in magical unison movements. But. I do care about history. I like it to be remembered. Which always helps in finding and knowing the truth.
jQuery is internally maintaining the list of events it was asked to attach/detach to/from an element. Strictly speaking this is not a ‘list’ but a bit more complex structure. That ‘list’ is internally attached to elements (and managed) by using jQuery data mechanism.
Maybe this CLANG fork will turn out to be “just” what Microsoft implemented as Non Standard C++ attributes , or not … it does not matter. I think it is now an obvious solution, to establish a working industrial strength MULTI OS DEVENV . That must exist as a solid foundation under the highway to the next Office.
You are using our OS. Your desktop is our desktop. We can install whatever we want on your desktop. And, no there is no “Exit” link, button or option.
If you have a problem with that, you can blog about it.
C++ prodigy? Beware of Visual Studio 2015RC. C++ project is not unicode by default.
And the core argument is: This is because of Legacy clients (and servers)? Are we really to believe MSFT has no enough organisational and development resources to introduce JSON version for each Web Service and to mark XML “offenders” as deprecated? Or are we sill to use and love XMLHTTPREQUEST, from Node.JS, as calmly used by some MSDN samples in 2015?
The real cost of IT. From top to bottom/ From Applications tier all the way down to the infrastructure.