Didn't know about this. Might buy it. http://www.improvelectronics.c...
...which makes LibreOffice the parasitic organism of the OpenOffice suite.
...does it run Linux? Can you build a Beowulf cluster using this?
Yes of course it does.
The whole Linux/Windows divide reminds me of the Reformation, with the Protestant denominations in endless schism on the pretext of maintaining doctrinal purity.
Mod this up and all of the rest down!
You're in your mom's basement in your mid 30s and you're not getting any.
Shard is for you!
I'm in my late 40s and over the process of 25 years have re-trained myself at least four times to meet the changing nature of IT, and the fact that empires rise and fall.
Re-training is an essential part of a long IT career, not an option at all. To be honest, I paid for my own re-training because nothing concentrates the mind like putting a lot of money into essential skills and vocational training.
The reason why they want more H1-Bs is straightforward - its a lot cheaper. Not better. Cheaper.
A cute piece of "poisoning the well" there
Yep, and it was crap the last time. For those of us old enough: overpopulation, environmental crisis, the collapse of capitalist societies and others are just boring memes that we've heard before.
If only you had had someone to teach you sentence structure, capitalization and grammar.
Unlimited storage $5 a month. You're welcome
Quorn is fine just so long as you're not violently allergic to it and realise that it's artificially fortified because it is naturally low on vitamins and minerals.
It looks like a classic market capitulation. If no-one buys the low now, then Mt.Gox is finished as a Bitcoin exchange.
Unless BitCoin is backed by a tangible asset, then it must fail eventually.
I remember the days when all real programmers needed was a magnetized pin and a steady hand *puffs pipe*
If they have links to the petroleum industry perhaps you'd like to share exactly how much they have made and exactly where this money is supposed to have come from. Otherwise it looks like you're blowing hard.
On the other hand when Stanford University get $500 million from Exxon Mobil, it all turns into pixie dust.