from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. developer
- n. development
- n. device
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A god; a deity; a divine being; an idol; a king.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Persian myth., an evil spirit; a ministering demon of Ahriman. Sometimes written deev (Pers. dīv). See deva.
The only time itll cost more for the PS3 dev is the first year like with all consoles as the middleware and first partys get upto speed on the hardware.
Having built a localised RSS engine for starters, but being a big fan in dev, of local structured blogging, microformats and the like, I have been perusing alot of search results from feed readers and search engines, and wondering why I couldnt 'BLOG THIS.
Fred and Caterina's thesis also means the new bus dev is the algorithm. (just as the newspaper editor has found and is finding out since Google/Yahoo News, digg etc came along) The algorithm is now moving from the editorial department to marketing!
I love this post from Fred re Caterina's, on syndication and how bus dev is different compared to 1.0.
Simeon Rex: The Odyssey Begins (market) “Codebreaker” TV series (in dev) “Dreamer” TV series (in dev)
The expression devâtideva is applied to him in Sanskrit, but the Turkish phrases are more decided and frequent.
I don’t think anybody can disagree that overall, the numbers of women in dev-heavy tech are woefully low.
Google calls the production line of Chrome its "stable" build, but also maintains two other release editions - "beta" and "dev" - that produce more frequent updates.
Google calls the production line of Chrome its "stable" build, but also maintains two other release editions -- "beta" and "dev" -- that produce more frequent updates.