All items for May, 2003
. . . As I tested our interop against the Microsoft dialup PPP support in Chicago — which became Windows 95 — I remember a conversation with their lead engineer (I seem to recall his name was Andy, and he wore cowboy boots; strange the things you remember). He told me that the interop was very important for the community, because Microsoft, even in 1994, was quite the software juggernaut. Any flaws in their PPP software would become the new de-facto standards. Read More . . .
Final game of UEFA Champions League will be held tonight between two famous Italian teams, AC Milan and Juventus.This can be a dream game for both teams’ fans and it will be held in Old Trafford.Read game preview here and follow the game here.Bad news for Arsenal fans, seems Wenger is going to leave Arsenal to Real Madrid according to this article.
Well, you all know that SARS is a big threat to humanity but hopefully as I have heard, they have controlled it somehow and although infection is still growing but the amount of victims are becoming lower.Here you can learn how to use your messenger to prevent infection of SARS!!
We are making some changes in this week on Second News, so be patient, we bring what you want to ready step by step.
. . . Java and C# are inherently complex. Each contains a pantheon of objects and libraries that can be used by the developer to accomplish many tasks. Anyone who has programmed in Java or C# knows that the same goal can usually be accomplished many different ways, depending on the developer. Often a complex language spawns complex solutions –and complex code can be difficult to debug, update, and pass on to new developers. Here’s where F# comes to the rescue: a simple subtle language designed to solve simple, subtle problems. Read More . . .
Sorry for not post during yesterday, I am at home (Fridays are holiday for Iran) and Iran Telecommunication Company is making some changes in my area phone lines and since I have asked for another line, my previous line is not functioning anymore either.Till tomorrow!
Second News, the project which I and Hamed Banaei were working on it for a long time became public today.This project grabs news from all over the ‘net and categorize them in a good way and show them on one page so you don’t have to do any further search for news.It’s language is Farsi right now, but I can promise English language as the second one so you can read your news on Second News too, support us, send your suggestions and ideas to me on firstname.lastname@example.org .
According to what Jayme Davis said in his weblog, Randy Ridge is working on porting NeHe OpenGL tutorials to .NET. Read more . . .
First ranked news in Sci/Tech news of Google News says, Microsoft planning to buy SCO Unix! Will they?
“Microsoft threw its weight behind SCO Group’s battle against Linux Monday by declaring that it would license Unix technology from SCO in order to “ensure intellectual property compliance across all Microsoft solutions.”" Read More . . .