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Mercurial is a free , cross platform, distributed source control management tool for software developers . VisualHG is a source control Mercurial Plugin for Visual Studio and works with Visual Studio 2005 , Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 . VisualHG enabled the developers to quickly verify the file status and access everything within [...]

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In Raymond Smullyan's delightful books about the Island of Knights and Knaves -- where, you'll recall, knights make only true statements and knaves make only false statements -- the knights and knaves are of course clever literary devices to explore problems in deductive (*) logic. Smullyan, to my recollection, never explores what happens when knights and knaves make statements which are disingenuous half-truths, authorial license in pursuit of a larger truth, or other forms of truthiness. A nullable Boolean in C# gives us, if not quite the notion of truthiness, at least the notion that
true and false are not the only possible values of a predicate: there is also "null", whatever that means. What does that mean? A null Boolean can mean "there is a truth state, but I just don't know what it is": for example, if you queried a database on December 1st to ask "were the sales figures for November higher than they were in October?" the answer is either true or false, but the database might not know the answer because not all the figures are in yet. The right answer in that case would be to say "null",...(Read whole news on source site)

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I won't be able to create a post this week due to an upcoming medical issue with a member of the family next week, and prepping a contributions spreadsheet since receipt of  an MVP award last year in the hope that I'll get my MVP renewed this year .

Happy coding!

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On March 15th, the Microsoft Store announced they are opening new stores in New Jersey!  The two newest stores will be in Freehold, NJ at the Freehold Raceway Mall and in Bridgewater, NJ at the Bridgewater Commons Mall. You can read the news in the Jersey Shore’s paper of record: The Asbury Park Press I was at the Freehold Raceway Mall this past weekend, and the temporary store front looks great! For anyone that uses Microsoft products (pretty much MOST folks!), it will be great to have these new stores in the area finally!  If you haven’t heard about the
Microsoft Store, learn more by visiting their website.  The Microsoft Store makes it easy to buy software from Microsoft and Microsoft partners in an environment where the folks know what they’re talking about.  If Aunt Betty needs a new copy of Office for her PC, she can hop over to the mall and pick one up while shopping.  Want to check out the XBox Kinect in action and get the latest video game accessories?  Considering the hot new Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone that just came out this week?  These will all be things you can do at...(Read whole news on source site)



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