The new universal apps and WP8.1 might change that. I don't even have an WinRT or WinPhone device but I write windows code for a living. The dev tools are probably the best in the industry and to be honest if you want to make a lot of money the WinPhone is a good target since as you point out it is not filled with apps yet but the phones are sell okay. Not at the IOS or Android level but well enough to make good money.
Took the mouse about as long to take off.
As I said I am a big fan of Android and have an Android phone, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. I also have a macbook and run Windows and Linux on my desktop.
Microsoft has great development tools and lots of developers. It would be foolish to not recognise those strengths.
I want Microsoft to do well in the tablet market and I want Apple to do well and I want Android to do well. I like the idea of choice.
Yes they are tough and yes Summer in Florida is not great unless you are the beach but it is no where near as bad you think. Lots of people seem to like being hot. North Carolina is also not as bad you you claim. The mountain areas are very nice. Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio are all nice places to live depending where you are. Seattle? I actually really like that area but being from South Florida I worry that the would sink into depression if I lived there for any length of time. I do like sunlight. I went to Victoria for my honeymoon and would rather live there than Seattle
As opposed to a city where people use the public street as a toilet or attacks people if they work at a tech company?
Florida has a lot of smart people that work at the KSC, Raytheon, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, RIM and several bio tech firms are moving form California to Florida. Also are roaches do not fly. Please stay in California because it will soon be like Detroit and the Rust belt when it becomes the crack pot belt. Eventually companies and workers will get tired of the abuse and move. Even Oregon and Washington are good options for them to move.
I would not dismiss Windows on the tablet. The new Phone OS is going to support universal apps so one app can run on the phone, tablet, and PCs which will help. I personally like Android but Windows big advantages are great development tools and a lot of developers. Now if Microsoft would just allow side loading on tablets and PCs like you do on PCs and PC based tablets.
Sorry to hear that you are install Wintel servers.
Lintel is the way to go.
I believe it is very easy to put "fat" binaries in the Play store so the correct NDK code is downloaded to the device.
Funny how bigotry is so popular when it is the right kind of bigotry.
Rednecks in South Florida? Really? I guess you never have been to Miami Beach or Palm Beach? I often drive by Rolls and other exotic cars. I work in the Palm Beach area and the company has a clean room we use to package our ASICs.
As to Texas? Ever hear of SXSW? Austin is a rather popular place with tech.
North Carolina? I guess you don't know about SAS and Red Hat.
I suggest you learn a bit more before you expose your bigotry and ignorance on such a grand scale.
It is one of those stupid myths. "It takes two to make a fight." I would love to run into one of those experts in conflict resolution and just start slapping them. No sometimes people are just rotten and will take it out on you. It can be a bully or a neopagan KKK member at a Jewish Center with a gun.
What I do not understand is how this ruling happened? You have zero expectation of privacy in school. Students lockers and backpacks may be searched at anytime.
So a student recording this should be okay and the bullies should be punished as should the teacher.
California gave us Nixon.
My mistake then.
And California gave us Charles Manson and.... Well San Francisco.
The simple answer is for the tech companies to move. There are a lot of places that are nice that they could move to.
Texas: Austin, Dallas, and Houston are all thriving areas with a large tech presence.
Florida: Orlando, Melbourne, Tampa Bay area, and Palm Bay all have large tech companies not to mention NASA, UCF, and UF in Gainesville is not far away. In south Florida you have pretty much all of the south east Florida coast including Boca Raton the home of the PC. From Port St. Lucie south you have a lot of reasonable housing and a lot of biotech moving in as well.
North Carolina: The research triangle is pretty nice and home to Red Hat and SAS.
Or go crazy and head up to places like Kalispell MT which a great place to live and if you are into skiing you might like the winters. Not to mention the availability of near by wind power.
Or buy up large areas of Detroit and build or renovate lots of old housing.
Lots of great places to live in the US with low costs of living the fixation of the SF area isn't that healthy for industry. Frankly I fear the over abundance of wealth and venture capital in that one area is why you see lot of odd ball startups that fail while there maybe a group of really smart people in the University of Montana that have a really good idea that can not get funding.
Pretty much. They are also removing the heartbeat feature as well support for some other operating systems in their fork.
In other words it is a PR grab.