If a Palestinian is anyone who lived in Palestine before it became Israel, then there are thousands of Palestinian Jews living in Israel today. Even more so if you count descendants (as the Arabs in the West Bank do).
Getting a job at some place better paying than McDonalds.
I agree with the anon poster. You are an idiot. A computer scientist better be able to write a QS in their sleep, but a programmer better know how to find a suitable implementation already written. If I were hiring a programmer (rather than being one), I'd look for people that know what needs doing and how to find code that already does that job. In your typical app, there's very little custom algorithm work. The vast majority is simply tying pieces together to generate the desired outcome.
You are an incredible idiot. He doesn't want to put his family through the trial and the incredible debt incurred by legal costs. It's fairly obviously to anyone with even the slightest bit of reading comprehension.
I would never give a phone to a four year old, but the idea that they don't understand it is ridiculous. My 2 year old knows exactly what a phone is for (my wife and I have identical dumb-phones), and she knows several uses to which an iPad can be put. I imagine that at 4 she will be rather competent at using both.
You are an idiot and a moron. iOS (back when it was iPhoneOS) has had multitasking and task switching from day one.
Most OS X and iOS programmers have been using llvm/clang for the past year or so, on both x86 and ARM. Xcode 5 (GM seed available now) only supports clang. GCC is officially out for Apple development.
The LLVM toolchain, especially clang, is also way better than gcc for Objective-C code. I think the ease of modification is the true reason that Apple prefers it over gcc.
Take a look at Objective-C's blocks and how they are typically used. Pass a block to a method that runs async on another thread and calls your block when it's done. Sure, you could write a hundred one-off little functions to pass off to different requests, but it's simpler and easier to follow blocks. Why? Because you (can) define the block inline to the method call which will call it. Now you can look at the call site and the code that it will execute on completion, all in one place.
It is not incorrect, technically, or otherwise. "mph" is an initialism, and not meant to represent a unit in-and-of-itself. You, however, are incorrect, both technically and otherwise.
You are what is known as an ignoramus. Or a total idiot. Possibly both!
"kph" is an acronym (in the vernacular), or to be pedantic, an initialism. It stands for km per hour, which is a measure of speed which utilizes an SI unit.
But you knew that, which really makes you an incredible piece of shit.
I hate natural scrolling too, but that's because I still use a mouse. Most Mac users are using touchpads (laptops), where it is more natural. And you can turn it off.
Um, no. The Talmud doesn't say that. You should probably stop reading Neo-Nazi and Jihadist websites.
The Israel/Arab conflict is not resolvable in any way that resembles a humane solution. The Arabs want the entire Arabian Peninsula to be free of Jews. The only solution they will accept is Holocaust II.
Of course Apple has private APIs, and of course their apps use them! What kind of idiot are you? Can you write an app to list and allow you to join WiFi networks? Can your app manipulate privacy settings? Can your app run (not just remain dormant) in the background? Apple's apps can do all of those things. Do you think Apple's apps are twiddling IO ports? Or just maybe they have APIs to do all that stuff! Who would have guessed?
Bottom line is that apps are rejected for using private APIs, but those APIs exist for someone to use. Guess who that someone is.