ABX testing shows otherwise. Even when done with professional audio engineers.
This is support out of the box. WMP supports both with the proper Directshow filters.
"Does that I know" that should be. To add, I also have a number of books on embedded programming (a number of them pretty recent) and all zero of them mention Ruby.
Again . You claim doesn't match any of the embedded industry news I follow or any of the work any embedded software developer does. You're likely overexaggerating a miniscule niche market as the person above said.
Sunce when did BlackBerry become a carrier?
Dragonfly BSD runs on ARM?
Embedded systems have mRuby, which is super-hot in robotics right now.
 I know tons of embedded programmers and not a single one uses Ruby in their work.
It is a set of C libraries, you can pick and choose which parts of the language you want to build in, and it runs almost anywhere with 32bit registers and x (some small amount) RAM.
So basically excluding a large part of the embedded market that runs on 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers with KB of RAM and ROM.
The biggest problem with C# (and the Microsoft ecosystem in general) is the lack of documentation.
What next?!! Water is wet?
and the DSL language chosen as the basis for most of the infrastructure management tools used today for the cloud....
In what alternate universe? There are 23 such tools listed on Wikipedia and only 3 are written in Ruby and/or use Ruby as one of the DSLs for configuration. 13% is hardly "most".
That's never fazed an HR department.
Most OpenSSL developers are FIPS contractors. Working for free in their spare time? Hardly.
Don't give them any more ideas!
They were pointing out the grammatical mistake in the sentence. Verb tenses not agreeing.