Hopefully this course includes a section on security. Doesn't look like it will
That page says:
Section D: Security in IOT
And I hope he doesn't come back to kill us all in our dreams.
I can confirm he was in fact not the bastard son of a hundred maniacs, so no worries.
There wasn't even twenty of us.
A $60 appliance will get you Hulu+, Amazon, & Netflix. So you don't really have to fixate over whether or not desktop Linux supports Netflix.
It's not 2005 anymore.
I want to use my single 50in monitor as a Linux desktop while I am utilizing an online video streaming service to watch video in a window (which I can make fullscreen if I like). I do not want to buy and use an HDMI capture box.
Meanwhile, the typical Linux distro now has dconf, network manager, polkit, systemd, and worst of all dbus. Some more capability has come about, but it has become pretty inscrutable to the admins with a bourne shell scripting level of understanding. More advanced programmers appreciate some of the additional structure, but shell commands to script some capabilities are no longer easy (complex dbus-send commands, non-obvious configuration location and no longer human readable content) or impossible.
And the alternative to the inscrutable command-line interface and configuration files is an inscrutable GUI, which may or may not work properly, and is dependent on a massive desktop environment, and may be completely redesigned at any point.
FSV is a 3d filesystem viewer like the one in Jurassic Park
I figure the Nexus 4 is a low-end 2014 smartphone, the target for Ubuntu.
The U.S. is like the European Union. A single whole but composed of multiple sovereign governments that retain most of the power to themselves.
Until around 1861...
The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.