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Cabe Atwell
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Re: The Big Question now...
Cabe Atwell   8/14/2014 1:17:52 AM
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Cloud programming... hmmm... 

This may be the way to go, as we get more mobile.

I use dropbox, so I can work on the same files on any of my PCs or devices. Though this is a bare minimum in reference to cloud. Running the dev environments in the cloud with it, must be nice.

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ervin0072002
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Re: The Big Question now...
ervin0072002   8/8/2014 4:33:54 PM
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LOL I never thought it that way. I have always known of the company so it never made the connection with tungsten....

Ratsky
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Re: The Big Question now...
Ratsky   8/8/2014 11:41:40 AM
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My first thought when I saw the "Wolfram" was "what does this have to do with tungsten?"

ervin0072002
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The Big Question now...
ervin0072002   8/8/2014 9:50:29 AM
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The big question now "Is it Free?" 

yes? Huh i missed this the first time i read it lol...

 

Why? im guesing the service agreement is the reason? ...

 

 

 



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