Dealing with depression, medication, associated side effects and low energy levels, I need some 'push through it'. Where do I sign up? Will it interfere with my brains internet plug, due to be installed in the 2020's?
Define 'hardcore gamers'.
But have you ever put a monopoly board in a blender, racked up the dust and snorted it? That's hardcore. So is free basing army men - melting them down in a spoon first of course.
Forgive me if I'm wrong, but wasn't the Dread Pirate Roberts a 'good' guy posing as a 'bad' guy? This has FBI shill all over it.
Java is huge in the business back end, but front end Java just leaves a bad taste in the mouth of users. Slow, bloated, painful to use and kinda salty.
Released by MetaCreations Corp. in 1999, this application allowed users to create 3D models based on one or more photographs taken from various angles.
Great program. Never understood why it died. Assume it was corporate hijinks.
He's talking about Carnivore isn't he?
Really? 2nd time I've heard of it. Slashdot editors allow marketing hyperbole in links now?
Assuming you mean the pointy nosed space marine helmets?
Some sort of binder - commonly egg
The new apprentices finger
A below threshold number of rat droppings, guano and cockroach parts
Other bits and pieces
Until the release schedule is so slow the version you're on is EOL'd and doesn't support the feature you need, but you can't get approval to upgrade
Sounds like a dream. We tried and failed several times to get developers to write unit tests. There was so much resistance we eventually gave up.
I find "Adapt Quickly" is a metaphor for "insufficiently tested" or "it worked on my machine"
If I had a dollar for every "tiny fix" that required hours of hacking in prod to resolve with the release team sitting around waiting for the wunderkind to figure it out, for it then to be reverted and done again the next weekend. So much better when properly tested with signoffs and accountability.
In uni I had lecturers from China, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia among other places. I could understand them. The two hardest to understand were one lady who was extremely soft spoken. Had to sit in the front to hear her, even with a mic. The absolute hardest was a scottish guy. I had no idea what he was saying, even with a presentation up that he was speaking to. And english was his native language! All the foreign nationals put more effort into learning a second language than he did his first.
Because people have limited budgets of time and money. If you're playing a game on your mobile, your console is probably gathering dust. If your new handset costs $200 and is going to be everywhere you are, are you going to spend another $300 on a console that stays in the living room?
The filter in your brain that parses reality is not installed correctly.