give them voting rights too. Ask them to pay taxes as well. Especially social security. Well make sure they are not suppose to use brains like humans and submit to their corporate over lords.
The old CEO was shouting developers, developers and pushing them aside. This CEO doesn't make a peep but quietly bringing in the developers
This is nothing but bring in a tech force union to negotiate a salary. Probably this may reduce the H1B intake as they have to be paid the same. Win-Win
This IS docker for Windows. Misleading headline and article. I like Docker especially after providing support to SELinux.
What are you going to do with it? It is dark as hell you know. Not much sunlight
That is not a geek thing. I thought this site caters to geeks.
No backward compatibility. You cannot play xbox360 games. More information is on Theverge http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/21/4350662/new-xbox-has-no-backwards-compatibilty
For me, everything is developed in-house, does not care if project is delayed, manger encourages rewrite of the entire project when a newer version of the tool is released and lastly but not least they pay developers boat load of money and do not have to work more than 8 hours and don't have to support if it fails in the production.
I have installed the consumer preview. I cannot stand the Metro interface with Mouse and Keyboard. My colleague has it on a tablet and it seems to work fine with fingers. This is similar to Vista when all the tech bloggers had bad reviews on it and still MS made billions on it. Same thing happens, by Windows 9, they will have users adopted to this UI or tweaked it like they did in Windows7.
Does anybody know how to scream in sign language?
Keep it on all the time in all places. That way you don't have to fear free speech. On the paper Big brother can easily say, we have best free speech law in the world, but in reality we use this neat little gadget that make sure that no one else other big brother is speaking. How innovative?
According to Zdnet this registy entry do not work in the current version.
I am not sure what you mean by decent amount of text. If you meant, dos prompt you don't need a 24" monitor either. They demoed the thing on a 80" touchscreen. Engadget has photo of it. Also in the consumer preview they have added more keyboard shortcuts. According to some who has tested the consumer preview, Windows 8 has more keyboard shortcuts than previous versions of Windows. From what I see, they removed the start menu and made a huge set of tiles that launches the application.
Then use Windows 7. Why do you want to upgrade if you want to turn off the metro interface
it was against Honda. Not Toyota. Here is the link http://finance.yahoo.com/news/woman-sues-honda-unlikely-place-195014842.html/