I agree. Whereas Farty Ferret, Naughty Narwhal, Puffy Polecat - you can't get more professional sounding than that.
They probably use cloudpointers to dynamically vault the constraingarden's wall, or something like that.
Oh stop it, you silly wankri.
As the good book saith, "If the cap fits, wear it."
 not that you'd be seen dead in anything so mainstream.
21st. Kudos for spotting the gag, though.
Still, having a tax authority runs at a loss is an, ummm, "impressive" feat. Of course its employees make quite a healthy profit...
Two whole kilos? You big wet ponce.
Try a D900TM7700.
How about not wearing a trilby two sizes too small for you, you metrosexual hipster shitcock?
Assuming that nobody is born able to program, play music or do any other artificial skill, then people must travelling from the left arm to the right one as they pick up experience.
So why is the "bridge" so low? There must be people on that part of the curve to top up the elites as they retire, die, join communes in Vermont etc. Do they pass through it very fast? I don't see a plausible case for that. It's not like there's one or two magic things you need to grok and voila, you're Dennis Ritchie.
Pair reading. It's like, totally agile and stuff.
Do we mean popular as in lots of people like it, or as in lots of people use it?
This is not unlike the makers of the first horseless carriages who built them with saddles instead of instead of seats.
Why would they do that? Buckboards, stagecoaches and Surreys (with or without fringes on top) had bench seats.
I think Apple patented input by means of varying durations of keypresses. It was in here a few years back.
That may all be true, but it also isn't the reason she got elected to the Senate... She was the first Lady and Bill's wife, that is why...
Interesting. That made it mandatory to vote for her, did it?
You don't reach a position like she had at HP by failure and incompetence.
No, you demonstrate that afterwards.
As she did, in spades.
The key phrase is "Looking for a [junior|entry level]
While there may be the odd exception - perhaps companies that like to mould people in their own style - this usually means "we're cheapskates". Nobody would take a novice instead of a master, give the choice.