I wasn't even aware that programmers in Cali could even legally call themselves "engineers". I worked for a company out of college HQed in California, and I was told coming in that we used the term "Programmer/Analyst" because California required "engineers" to have a true engineering degree (with the requisite certifications et al)
I use UPB (kinda like X10 v2). It's still wired, but every device serves as a repeater, so signal strength shouldn't be an issue. It's pretty easy to program (I had an app turning lights on and off in about an hour).
sounds like it needs to be riding into the sunset with Lorenzo Lamas, duster valiantly flapping in the wind.
"Well, I just assumed!"
They'd already tried several different materials - meat...fowl...crawdads. But when there was no crawdads, they tried sand. "They tried sand" you ask. They tried sand.
I first heard about it this morning on this site. Holy crap! I'm tempted to try it but am almost afraid to try it.
That's deep, man.
Seriously, this sounds like that ep of Always Sunny where Dolph Lundgren is the voice of a dog that can smell crime, and then it wound up being a giant nose on Dolph Lundgren's body. (Doctor) Dolph Lundgren could smell the crime before it even happened, though.
How about a Core War simulator? It's essentially writing a very, very simple operating system, so it's easier than a full OS or compiler-level project, it's graphical, so it's got visual feedback, is a game, so it's fun, has TONS of "unit tests" in the form of 30 years of programs.
Or black holes suck in matter, hold onto part of it for more mass, and shoot the other part out along its poles as radiation.
As should be obvious from what I wrote, I'm a
As for your last statement, this is a fucking comment section, not a dissertation, hence the lack of arguments up to your exacting standards.
I feel like I'm reliving the 80s, where every electronics manufacturer on the planet seemed to come out with a Z80-based console to take the market by storm.
Maybe they're talking about the mold that gets CNC'ed?