I am sure that's an unbiased article
* What you can still do in 32KB of RAM!
God damn youngster
There's visicalc in 28K
From the comments you would think the gas companies are the Fourth Reich.
The article also doesn't state that it's conclusive only most likely.
Whipping the "We hate the people that give us food and energy" crowd into a frenzy, is like shooting fish in a barrel.
Always good to see self identification
The truth is that programming isn't a passion or a talent, says Edge, it is just a bunch of skills that can be learned. Programming isn't even one thing, though people talk about it as if it were; it requires all sorts of skills and coding is just a small part of that. Things like design, communication, writing, and debugging are needed. If we embrace this idea that "it's cool to be okay at these skills"—that being average is fine—it will make programming less intimidating for newcomers. If the bar for success is set "at okay, rather than exceptional", the bar seems a lot easier to clear for those new to the community. According to Edge the tech industry is rife with sexism, racism, homophobia, and discrimination and although it is a multi-faceted problem, the talent myth is part of the problem. "In our industry, we recast the talent myth as "the myth of the brilliant asshole", says Jacob Kaplan-Moss. "This is the "10x programmer" who is so good at his job that people have to work with him even though his behavior is toxic. In reality, given the normal distribution, it's likely that these people aren't actually exceptional, but even if you grant that they are, how many developers does a 10x programmer have to drive away before it is a wash?"
So if we have more job discrimination you think we can keep all our jobs
Well I certainly feel justified in discriminating against the illiterate.
Way to change that up, from lowering costs due to government regulation to promoting discrimination.
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I'd say the same thing about the left and global warming, but they have moved the goal posts so it is climate change and any out of the ordinary weather event is confirming evidence.
At least in your scenario the "Preachers of Hate" would be crushed by proof, There is absolutely nothing that will get a lefty to acknowledge they were wrong.
That came from yesterdays story and actually searching for the numbers. This isn't this devices first test outing, as far as I can see he took the most discreditable data point to attack.
Really why not just sample facebook find a post that says something crazy and then extrapolate to a large group of people.
You might as well complain about the new cult that thinks mankind was created by spaghetti.
The drive may or may not work, pretty hard to mismeasure a newton + of thrust, we will see. There is no doubt it's positively insane to go all guilt by association.
Don't go bringing facts into this.
Science is pure like the love of god, Scientists are people who leave ego behind and selflessly work for the betterment of humanity
Things like studying if cocaine makes quail engage in risky sexual behavior http://blogs.scientificamerica...
Are absolutely needed for your own good, and if you doubt that you are too stupid to understand science, it's settled shut the fuck up.
True enough for the cases where you already have a job and want to keep it. The problem with excessive regulation is that it makes American workers look less desirable for new positions.
Because we can't pander to stupid people who have internalized Republican nonsense. Should we back down every time someone has a stupid belief just because Republicans cherish stupid beliefs?
On a sane site this would be modded troll and flamebait.
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