Early August? He did well, must have filed in January. I didn't get mine until November.
If I had mod points, I'd mod parent way up.
This idea that you can push all the processing to the client and not pre-render anything for your advert is rediculous.
Exactly. Given the idea that all consensual sex is ok, and that just about anything is consent (as opposed to the old way, where the only consenual sex occurred within a witnessed marriage and everything else was rape) the definition has gotten murky at best.
The drag-n-drop languages teach loops and if-then-else trees pretty easily- case statements are a bit harder, but I know of one drag-n-drop language that has them as a feature.
What they don't teach is how do debug 5 levels of CSS on a website. These kids are going to hate coding when they get down to the actual work.
The code requires downloading, but by using the HTML5/Javacript sandbox, you buy a bit of write once run anywhere joy.
Native code is good when you want speed, but your front end should be in a browser.
Updates need to happen from time to time. But for a site like slashdot, it pays to pour enough money in to have a real QA team.
Science and religion are in full accord but science and faith are in complete discord.