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News for Friday, February 17 2006

Source: CodeProject     Posted by Chris Maunder    Friday, February 17, 2006 8:46am    
News for Friday, February 17 2006

Hot Threads

Apple has a worm

It's nice to know people care enough to write malware for you. (Read More)

Greek hiker finds 6,500-year old beer bottle opener

What? No twist-offs in the Stone Age? (Read More)

Industry News

Plans for Office 2007 released

Seven editions, fourteen applications. No word on Clippy's whereabouts. (Read More)

World cup passes on smart ball

They probably saw footage of the "blue puck" from old US hockey coverage. (Read More)

More developers calling the shots

According to a panel at the Open Source Business Conference, more developers are helping their managers select software for their companies. (Read More)

Virus Targeting Macs Spreads Via IM Program

A rare piece of malicious software targeting Apple's Mac OS X operating system. (Read More)

Developer News

Sell your stuff on eBay

EBay has released their starter kit for writing applications with Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Web Developer Express. (Read More)

MSN Search and Win

Find what you're looking for, and win prizes (offer only available to US residents) (Read More)

Here Comes a Google for Coders

A new search engine for programmers promises to alleviate that problem by making it easier to find and share code. (Read More)

Bill Gates speaks on Channel 9

See what the Chief Architect has on his mind. (Read More)

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