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[News] Power to Standard, Inter-operable Programming with C, HTML5

  • Subject: [News] Power to Standard, Inter-operable Programming with C, HTML5
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 09 Apr 2010 09:06:52 +0100
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C is number one!

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| Right next to my desk in a bookshelf is my 
| 1988 copy of Kernighan and Ritchie's second 
| edition of The C Programming Language. I've 
| kept this book, the urtext of C 
| programming, because C has always been the 
| first language of Unix and Linux, and I 
| like to be able to read source code. I know 
| that, over the years, C had declined in 
| use. What I didn't know was that, old as it 
| is, C has actually maintained more of its 
| popularity than I had thought and that it's 
| now once more the number-one programming 
| language in the world.


C Programming Language Back At Number 1


Get Prepared for the HTML5 Revolution

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| In many ways, HTML5 is an attempt to bring 
| order to many of the features and behaviors 
| that have become the norm in recent years. 
| This section highlights some of the more 
| compelling additions. 



FSFE and FFII to Radio Station Winners: "rOGG on"

,----[ Quote ]
| Radio Free Deutschland: For Document Freedom
| Day, March 31 2010, a couple of European radio
| stations were granted awards for using open
| standards.
| The radio stations Deutschlandradio and Radio
| Orange received the awards from the Free
| Software Foundation Europe and Foundation for
| a Free Information Infrastructure because they
| transmitted over the Internet in the Ogg
| Vorbis media container format. The free Radio
| Orange 94.0 in Vienna and dradio.de
| (Deutschlandfunk in Cologne and
| Deutschlandradio Kultur in Berlin) were
| honored with the awards (and a cake) the
| afternoon of March 31 under the slogan "rOGG
| on!" (see Gallery).

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