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links for 2008-09-10

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  • …Good news! Inheritance and polymorphism can facilitate more concise code, which reduces waste throughout the lifecycle of a C++ product. By pushing more generic code into base classes, you can help reduce application code clutter as well as cutting down on code duplication. In this article, software consultant Stephen Morris insists that less code means less testing, lower maintenance costs, and easier upgrades.
    (tags: dev c++)
  • This is hopeful. This has to be one of the biggest health issues in the country, even though it is often ignored in the name of "political correctness".
    …Losing weight isn't easy, and it's harder still when your genes are working against you. But a new study by University of Maryland researchers shows that even people with a genetic predisposition to gain weight can exert some control over how big they get.
  • …some interesting little applications to monitor and test your sites.
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September 10, 2008 at 11:09 pm

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