Among the "useless" liberal arts classes that frame the well-rounded IT-professional's skill set, often found wanting in "professional developers":
Network Engineering (routers, firewall configuration, vpn devices)
Cryptography, Certificate management
User Credential Management, Directory services
Front-end and UX design
enterprise OS configuration management
Security and regulatory compliance
Data acquisition, analysis, analytics
- - - okay, barely scratching the surface here. Developer toolchains? Source control management? Virtualization? Containers?
So, let me get this straight? You want me to take "History of world music appreciation" class? AND graduate in less than 5 years?
he first humans moved to Florida about 12,000 years ago
And they're still clogging up I-95 driving 40 miles an hour with their left-turn blinker on.
Maybe they can buy-back their defective engines from Orbital. I don't think they want them anymore.
StraightTalk gives you 5GB of 4G data (plus "unlimited 2G" but nobody is that nuts) and unlimited voice and text. Anybody who can operate a savings account can handle a BYOD - I don't get why so many people pay so much more.
Listen to Bruce Schneier make this important point:
Things are better now.
You mean like how the iPhone now needs 12 sub-keyboards for its texting app, 9 of which are emoji crap?
And that doesn't even scratch the surface of Unicode space, so this is completely pointless anyhow.
uh, we're on a site founded by CmdrTaco.
I think if Nestle is willing to make KitKat a public domain/generic word rather than their own trademarked brand, then I think it could be considered.
Leela: Didn't you have ads in the 21st century?"
Fry: Well sure, but not in our dreams. Only on TV and radio, and in magazines, and movies, and at ball games... and on buses and milk cartons and t-shirts, and bananas and written on the sky. But not in dreams, no siree.
Actually, this points out another possible explanation -- that distance is the effect of ethical behavior rather than the cause. This is not necessarily because the boss explicitly or intentionally demands unethical behavior from his subordinates. Often it's because bad bosses like to surround themselves with yes-men and toadies.
A rock store eventually closed down; they were taking too much for granite.