Lies, damn lies and statistics...
So what you're saying is let's put a ban on pressure cookers.
Machines can build 3d printers.
Machines are evil.
Wait until he finds out you can build your own 3d printer.
Put him in a team with experienced programmers.
As a team you decide all code will be reviewed. All code. Comply.
As for the technology: a manager has to be very clear about this. Explain he / she is falling behind. Explain what new technologies you want him to learn. Explain that the company needs him to learn this new things. Offer help / courses / whatever.
And finally: "You update your skills (smart targets) or we lower (or don't increase) your salary."
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Internet law: As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving cats approaches 1.
But knowing the package came from that VM will cause a collapse of its OS.
1. 3d-print tomb stones
I'll even print a bio degradable riffle for your cold dead hands if you want
4. more profit.
If you handle a gun, your priority is safety. Your safety and that of others. That is your first priority and the own priority.
Traffic is dangerous too, so it's the same there.
If your bloody text messages are so important that it can't wait 10 minutes, you better be so bloody important that you can afford a driver.
Of not, your focus on the traffic.
The problem is not that a robot is doing my work. Actually, that is a good thing.
The bad thing is I need to work in order to earn money and somehow I need money.
That is the problem.
I also need something useful to keep me busy, like work, but that is an other thing.
Only 700 votes? We could easily have had a planet named SlashDot!
... and sadly neither is not getting a job because of lack of experience.
When you know it's going to be a problem sooner or later, but you'd rather ignore it now.
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