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Today's Visual Studio Toolbox video covers how to get started with Xamarin

Today's Visual Studio Toolbox video covers how to get started with Xamarin With the use of Xamarin, developers dedicated to particular coding language could now explore various options, for free, using it under the banner of Microsoft.Fortunately, patience is a virtue and today, Robert Green a technical evangelist for Visual Studio and James Montemango walk developers through getting started with Xamarin and the Visual Studio.

Norwegian anon meets a hero

Norwegian anon meets a hero I met my hero today iroll Anonymous [Ill.t.

Freeman saves /pol/ack from some Trayvon

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Trump's FCC Chair

Trump's FCC Chair He is vehemently opposed to net neutrality.So what is net neutrality?

FCC halts investigations into zero-rating data programs like T-Mobile’s Binge On

FCC halts investigations into zero-rating data programs like T-Mobile’s Binge On The Federal Communications Commission recently gained a new head in Ajit Pai, and the agency is already showing signs of a policy shift on key issues like net neutrality.An instance of this is T-Mobile’s Binge-On program, which was being investigated for unfairly favoring some services over others.

recent anime in a nutshell

recent anime in a nutshell Number 342 5: No Spoilers PleaseAssSwordsmanWe about aguy who can pullswords out hisbutt, He Fightsdemons,Then werewere Ii Fillerepisodes abouta trip to the hotsprings with hisdad, His dad ismalty boring.The second are washim meeting a demonand convincing if Tobe nice using fogic.

FCC chief says net neutrality rollback will hasten 5G infrastructure buildout

FCC chief says net neutrality rollback will hasten 5G infrastructure buildout “Last year, the United States experienced the first decline in broadband investment outside of a recession,” said Pai.Those who argue in favor of net neutrality believe zero-rating practices favor large, existing companies and make it harder for newcomers.