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Jolt Awards: The Best Testing Tools

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
May 01, 2012

The Annual Award for Best Testing Products - Jolt Awards

techBASIC 2.0 Now Available

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
April 24, 2012

techBASIC is a really powerful platform for students and individuals interested in learning how to program using Post PC hardware. - Tools

Wearable Computing Evolves

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
April 12, 2012

With tablets becoming the new PCs, wearables could become the new mobiles. - Embedded Systems

Developer's Reading List

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
March 13, 2012

The best books to recently roll of the presses cover malware analysis, test automation, C#, and programming your home. - Tools

Android on Android

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
March 06, 2012

The PC is the new mainframe, and the tablet is the new PC. - Tools

WIMM One Developer Review

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
February 27, 2012

While not quite as small as Apple's latest iPod Nano, the WIMM One is still small enough to fit on a large wrist or wear as a pendant. - Embedded Systems

2012 Jolt Award Winners for Third-Party Libraries

Dr. Dobb's Journal,
February 21, 2012

2012 Jolt Award Winners for Third-Party Libraries - Jolt Awards

OpenXC: Creating Apps for Cars

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
February 18, 2012

Dr Dobbs interviews TJ Giuli, Technical Expert with the Ford Motor Company, about the OpenXC open-source hardware and software automotive computing platform. - Open Source

Keeping A Healthy Tech Diet

Dr. Dobb's JournalMike Riley
February 02, 2012

Having spent the last six months using iOS as my primary mobile platform, I decided to live in the Android world for a spell. - Tools

Low-Cost, Low-Power Servers Begin Their Ascent

Dr. Dobb's JournalAndrew Binstock
January 24, 2012

As the cloud is quickly demonstrating, small, seemingly underpowered servers are quite enough for most development tasks. Buying one of these low-cost, low-power units makes clear how much developer-friendlier they are than datacenter solutions - Tools

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