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You, too, can write award-winning software!

Discussion in 'Computers, Home Theater & Technology' started by Deety, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. Deety

    Deety The Best Damn Backups in the Land Staff Member

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    It isn't too surprising that the awards guidelines for new software are somewhat lax, but this is pretty funny.

    Hey, I wish Microsoft would be as honest. :p
     
  2. OCBucksFan

    OCBucksFan I won a math debate

    Heh, it's funny because it's fake, however, effeciency in code is so lost, and visual studio is so easy to use that it's almost to the point that anybody can step up and code. There was a time when people like Peter Norton made it a point to try and institute programming standards, so that we wouldn't wind up with all this bloated code in non-standard languages.

    Ok, I am done ranting now.
     

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