Your statistics suck. Nothing talking about what caused the traffic-related death. Drunk fucks? Inattentive idiots on cell phones? Intentional suicide? Too busy focusing on the radio dial than the road? None of your point has any relevance without that additional information.
"So your night vision isn't getting fucked with by the head lights of oncoming cars?"
Less so than when you go throwing more photons at your eyes from inside the windshield, taking detail away from what's outside the windshield, and blocking your vision because you're trying to see shit outside your windshield through a damned reflected projection coming from inside your windshield.
"but that's probably because sodium vapor lights are efficient and reliable"
*LAAAAAUGH* Efficient in ONE COLOR with horrible color and detail reproduction.
" The move to LED street lighting is going to see a lot more blue light at night (white LED's being a blue LED with yellow phosphor)"
You're trying to talk to someone that does LEDs for a living about LEDs?
We've got new junction tech that allows a single substrate to produce all wavelengths, and is tunable in-manufacturing. Blue with a shit phosphor isn't going to be around much longer.
"No, there is substantial debate on this subject still."
From IDIOTS. The USAF has already conducted test after test after test. For night conditions, a red HUD causes the least amount of interference. We also know exactly why this is, it is a simple matter of chemistry.
"Get a car with good headlights, use them."
That won't make a difference if your green or blue HUD is overcoming the average levels of light coming through your windshield - it will effectively wash out anything past the HUD. Similar to a dirty windshield in application.
"browser standards compliance is so much better"
Not even. Closest one to any sort of compliance is Chrome, which is a multi-process steaming hunk of garbage. It can do HTML5 and WebGL properly.
FireFox? Trying to log into my in-development game using the web interface, (again, pure HTML5 and WebGL) it fucking horks. What's sad is that IE8 works better for my web game than the latest version of FireFox.
Opera? Give me a fucking break.
"some developers distrust its use in larger projects because (some say) it ultimately leads to breakage-prone code that's harder to maintain."
Most likely because they write shit bloated code in the first place.
Meanwhile, jQuery + SQLite + MariaDB connector, I've got my own personal intelligent porn recommendation/scraper/indexer site that runs through a few million images and renders my requested search results in under a tenth of a second.
So odds are, it's those developers talking about breakage-prone code that are the crap devs, anyways.
Common sense with yearly upgrades.
Haven't been compromised since Win2K/BLASTER days.
Meanwhile, I can force-uninstall Avira, because its own protection mechanisms are ABSOLUTE ASS.
You're the shill. Take Avira's dick out of your mouth for a minute. Even NOD32 kicks the shit out of Avira.
Dude, Canada's maple whiskey is some of the best shit on the planet.
If you think otherwise, you're sorely mistaken.
That's coming from a BAD alcoholic with two+ decades of experience tasting alcohols from around the world.
You do not need to be driving. You do not need HUDs to tell you that the red sign up ahead is a stop sign. Nor do you need some accident early-warning system - if you WATCHED THE FUCKING ROAD you'd likely see the accident scene before getting to it (some locations/obstructions of scenery may give varying results.)
And wait for your night vision to get completely turned to ass when they start introducing these HUDs in different colors as a fashion statement. Anything other than red - you're much more likely to crash at night because your night vision is being fucked with.
HUDs MAKE ZERO SENSE IN TYPICAL CIVILIAN APPLICATIONS.
Keep that shit in the military where it belongs.
Apparently since the mods have zero critical thinking ability, I'll just have to answer.
We have EMULATORS.
Transpilers are FUCKING WORTHLESS in the face of emulation.
"On a very closely related thought this same sort of idea can be used to translate software so that what ran on older legacy platforms or incompatible platforms can automatically be able to run on newer hardware"
Transpilers have existed for ages.
" We need this in a big way."
There's a reason transpilers aren't in use today despite existing - I'll leave that up to you and some deeper critical thinking than what you currently display.
Yea? Several programs I've written do exactly that. There are game dev platforms that can put everything, database included, inside the executable upon compiling.
Ever made a self-extracting
-1 for not knowing marine batteries mean for marine vessels - you know - REGULAR BOATS that would be in port at a MARINA.
I'm not going to say that I make sense. I'm just parroting my personal experiences in managing and coding various projects.
It only makes sense to those that are not afraid to admit that they are wrong and have encountered this same problem of which I speak.
I thank you for the praise, however! It is rare I see MOB programming get any credit of any sort.
It has its base here. It is not an American company.
If Microsoft has a base in Ireland, does it suddenly become an Irish company?
Your logic fails very hard. Try again, JIDF shill.
"How could this possible be better than using git and having a sane version history."
For starters, we have really good collaboration. Someone could be writing code, someone else notices fucked indentation or syntax, an can fix it on the fly while explaining what's going on.
"And if you are what possible advantage is there for everyone logging into one system - and you being local"
Most of my devs are in other countries. Waiting for everyone to do their thing, submit, and have to dig through shit to see what does and does not work eats too much time. Time zones are a fucker like that.
To boot, my system is the server system, so having me be local and able to test live is what makes things run smoothly.
The only one piece of documentation we need is the design documentation. Everything else is a waste of fucking time, especially when a new client upgrade could force us to re-write half the code base in the first place (like last night's upgrade forced us to have to scrap and re-write half of the initial framework.) As long as we have that design documentation, if shit changes, we still know what needs to be done and can do it, instead of having to go looking back through code and go "Okay, here can we make changes here?" That's sloppy as shit and leads to security problems.