I'm pretty sure Skout uses MoPub, not Ad Exchange
The names comes from horology. Complications are the fancy stuff you get on watches... chronometer, date, moon phase. The more there are the more expensive the watch, but for real watches it actually involves top-notch engineering, not flashing a chip.
Ugh, are you one of these C++ gurus who don't realise std::unique_ptr exists? You probably pass them instead of references too? Ugh
> real UML work Is there such a thing?
From what I know of it, it's a wrapper over libuv
It's actually not that far off, any high-performance Java app eventuaaly uses the Unsafe class so the developers can do things Java doesn't allow you to, because that's not what it's for. There are people on stackoverflow asking questions about programming problems when writing JVM bytecode directly... WTF is that all about? These guys probably then consider themselves low level devs. LOL
You trippin' nigga
Youtube Videos still continue to play even when the tab is closed. The video stops rendering sometimes yet the audio continues. The browser itself freezes a lot. I get 'firefox is running but not responding' messages all the time. I don't see the fuss. It's bloated crap IMO
Publishers get to allow or block particular types of adverts for their site/app. The degree of control they have is huge, if you're getting intrusive adverts complain to the publisher, not the advertising industry.
I see you've never had a parse a compilation error when using boost (C++)
The first thing I look at when looking at interview candidates code is their style. I don't care particularly if it's not the same as mine, but I do care if there's no consistency to their own style. I'm talking about hurried formatting, trying to squeeze everything into the least number of lines, mixed naming conventions, bad spelling in comments, even down to things like inconsistent spacing. Maybe I'm a prude but if I'm going to be looking at this person's coding output all day it better at least be readable. That Linux managed to maintain a consistent coding style with so many contributors is an admirable feat. As for beautiful algorithms, I quite like the simplicity of Dijkstra's shortest path.
It doesn't work, Flash can still take down Firefox pretty regularly
1366x768 just doesn't cut it, no matter how many OSes you stick on it.
A reinstall seemed to fix what was broken by changing the graphics card. Whatever hardware detection is done on startup is far better than what I could do afterwards.