Now all they need is a computer!
He wasn't a scientist, he was a manager.
I guess the public modded this funny. It's bang on the button.
He has a ridiculous beard, shaves his head and paints himself blue. What qualifications in astronomy do YOU have, muggle?
It really is time DeVry fixed their international law course materials. This place is full of their alumni.
Being an oik I only had a Sinclair Spectrum. One of the posher kids had a BBC and IIRC you could even inline assembler inside a BASIC program.
A good hint that you don't have a clue what you're talking about?
Well the job spec he gave isn't quite a manager, but it's more than a developer. Maybe a team leader/architect/analyst?
What? Are you saying that those beancounting corporate MBA bastards have outsmarted a guy on the internet?
That simply can't be true.
OK, I'll bite.
... a if it's designed by Dice, the box will cover the moose.
Protip: when you see a word you don't understand (in this case it was "perception") don't just ignore it - ask your mom what it means or look it up in a dictionary.
You can't take a recent grad willing to work for beer and hot dogs and have them design the next system.
Hey, Dice! Are you listening to this?
have unique and difficult to find skills (which you should have by that age).
Firstly, if you can learn these magic skills then so can other people - so you won't be unique.
Secondly, it's very difficult to predict what will be hot in a few years time, and even if you could your workplace might not use it.