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No, we've got over 50 toothbrushes now.
Imagine that! A whole fence made out of toothbrushes!
How's your education system going? Any improvements?
Obviously not, or he'd know that there are more than 4 countries in the world.
Wait a minute. They can hardly rely on data from the MSRT, given Microsoft's own assertion that users running pirated Windows don't use Windows Update.
Of course the infection rate as reported by the MSRT will be low, if it never gets run on the pirated (and therefore infected) machines.
I've seen developers who can't touch-type and that is pathetic when such a skill means so much to getting the job done.
I have to disagree here. Typing is most definitely not the bottleneck when it comes to coding - thinking is.
I consider myself a perfectly good developer, and I can't touch-type in the traditional sense (I can type at a decent rate using most of my fingers, but I have to look at the keyboard every now and again.)