Really, any more a content company complaining is on them. At any time they could copy Valve's successful media distribution model and make huge amounts of money. My hope is that Valve pulls an Amazon and enters other media types or teams up with Netflix.
My experience for most of these development methods and problems almost always comes back to requirements gathering. People typically want to jump on what ever solution they seize on or what is being asked of them instead of taking the time to truly understand the problem space and only then designing their solution. Often your Customer has no idea how a software implementation will change their work so I have watched agile being the blind leading the blind a lot. Rapid iteration is good, but to be successful in the end it requires an upfront understanding of the domain, thinking, and how it might change with different solutions.
anymore, I find a lot of the music I like is self published by the band. It is getting to where you don't need the labels and that is a good thing.
sorry, but Musicans see no cash from music sales. They make their money playing live shows. So what your meant to say is it is wrong to steal from shady music execs who legally steal from Musicians.
This is what I thought to. I can't think of anything that is harder without facebook.
why not Python and ANSI C? Then you have productivity and glue code of Python and the raw speed of C without all the clutter.
all these people using Obamacare are not being screwed by private healthcare. How's that?
A lot of these issues were painfully learned with mainframes decades ago. The lessons are not changing.
no one cares about your data as much as you do. On average, companies are willing to put more effort into protecting it than some "cloud" vendor..
I am surprised people were naive to think "cloud" vendors could be trusted with their data.
except when there is a disruptive technology. Only reason cable companies would even discuss this is that they are being abandoned and less revenue is better than no revenue.
no, the gop is able to get voters to focus on issues that more or less unimportant to most of those voter's lives to get bad policies passed to benefit the rich. An example is abortion.
not scared of islamic radicals who are thousands of miles away. I am worried about the number of crazies like this guy and the complete lack of adequate mental health services due to decades of budget cuts.
that would be a good start.
The damage the US has done to US Tech Companies has just started. International companies are dumping American Companies even though they tried to do the right thing. Something needs to be done to reign in the US government and in particular the military and nsa.