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News for Monday, October 16 2006

Source: CodeProject     Posted by Chris Maunder    Monday, October 16, 2006 9:00am    
News for Monday, October 16 2006

Industry News

IT hiring levels off

Don't panic. Yet.
Source: eWeek

Cisco's triple threat

Cisco owns a patent that might either be a neat technology, or a nuclear bomb for competitors. Time, (and/or lawyers) will tell.
Source: Light Reading

Transmeta sues Intel over chip patents

Are they still in business?
Source: InfoWorld

Firefox accepting feature suggestions for version 3

Some want it bigger, others smaller.
Source: Ars Technica

Developer News

.NET University

Yet another Microsoft site. This one has training on the various WtFs coming with Vista.
Source: Microsoft

The Design of Voyager

OS/2 is no longer supported. These folk want to rebuild it.
Source: Elsewhere

Flapjax on the griddle for Web apps

Another Ajax client. In case the other 4392 didn't solve your needs.
Source: InfoWorld

Google office API on the way

Still only "a consideration" now, but these could enable developers to "mash-up" the services into their own applications.
Source: Ars Technica

Hot Threads

Vista Licensing revisited..

Fine. As long as you don't upgrade your machine too much. Or need to support virtual machines. Or any of dozens of other common scenarios.
Source: The Code Project

You know what I like about CP?

It holds you tight?
Source: The Code Project

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