MPS maybe, not GPS.
bikse are not the raod people you make them pour out there money on this
I'll have one of what you're drinking.
If you haven't figured out what's wrong with that yet, I question whether you have experience working with any properly designed languages.
I figured out what's wrong. That should be: perldoc perlref
Astroturf is on sale this week at Home Depot.
Men with Banjos and Paul Shaffer
mass transit is already hugely subsidized...
The "price" of a good in a market is not merely what people want to pay for it. For example, how many people would buy a yacht for 100 dollars? Probably a lot more then buy one now at its current price of about 10 million to 100 million dollars depending on how big it is... but can you charge 100 dollars to sell yachets? No... you won't even break even on the costs.
and yet this is exactly the model for phones and printers. Sell below cost and have a captive revenue stream.
One difference between enterprise software companies and consumer software is that over 50% of the enterprise revenue is for support. Virtually none for consumer software because people are unwilling to pay for it and the product lifetime is short.
Yes. It is trivial to make data structures that do bounds checking automatically. I remember this being on by default in Pascal in the 80's. Those who prefer speed over security won long ago. Why slow down a processor that can only do 1 billion instructions per second with an extra test and branch?
I used to be a project manager. Although I wrote some code, I didn't become a full time software developer until I went with a startup 6 years ago when I was 55. I don't think I ever ran into problems with culture, maybe because the company was not a monoculture as described above. The software group had Indians, an Orthodox Jew, Asians, etc. That might be more typical of East Coast companies. Ages ranged from 20's up and I think all ideas were respected. The problems I had were not with the engineers but with the company management who made some pretty terrible decisions and did not respect my (or anyone else's) experience. I am now a happy Principal Software Engineer at a larger company, also with no problems with the engineers and with much better management.
I'm pretty sure Occupy Wall Street managed to increase exposure of a problem without burning down some buildings too. Attacking infrastructure to draw attention to your cause does nothing but cement your status as a criminal and harm sympathy for your cause.
So obstructing access to a building is ok,but not obstructing access to a website? Or did they burn down a website, I'm confused.
But its ok for people on Slashdot to judge Anonymous.
Shall we take that twisted logic to the next phase and say if you get shot it's partly your fault because you weren't wearing a bullet-resistant vest? After all, you knowingly wore something which wasn't secure (your shirt/jacket) so obviously it's partly your fault for getting shot.
Depends. Are you in Afghanistan?
In my day we didn't have these video games. We played Buzkashi with a goat carcass.
Except that many states have made it illegal.
I didn't ask what were lawful and unlawful uses of the data. I asked whether proper controls are in place to monitor access to the data. Who is recording the activity of the police?