He has one serious web development language. Node.js. Ill take it over python or PHP any day.
Does anyone actually hire pure HTML/CSS web developers anymore?
I can get any PSD converted to pixel perfect, clean, well written HTML/CSS overnight for about $20. Im not about to hire someone who can't code server side.
For fulltime work they had better be strong on some server side stuff as well HTML/CSS or be truly pro at something like Angular or D3. All of the above require basic understanding of datas structures and design patterns.
Java also has 3x the user base of C#. C# has some neat language constructs that Java is still catching up on, though the JVM is arguably vastly superior to the
As to the king, well thats still C. Larger user base then both Java and
C is still the undisputed king of enterprise, and growing.
Java has about 3x the adoption of C#. Both are declining. C# peaked in 2012 and is plummeting.
Finally there, like C# and
Watch out for Scala. Its actually starting to woo C devs.
Thats just hilarious. Id go so far as to say cute.
Is this behavior really different then what goes on in Texas public schools? Of course not. We get the same sort of anti-science stuff from traditional public schools down there. The fact that this is a charter school isn't the problem. This is just a feature of Texas.
Of course in places like NYC, we see charter schools dedicated to math and good science. Charter schools reflect a community's desire for education. Thats it.
Bullshit. I've worked at plenty of places where such contributions result in massive bonuses and stock grants. Or its a path to becoming management and access to those sort of bonuses in the future.
The way you think is why you are not management.
Public Employees get paid based on the political influence of their union. There is almost no correlation between their skills or output and their compensation.
Was googling around, didn't see anything that had all critical components working.
Look, I code in and love Scala primarily these days due to my projects requirements. Static typing, functional, oo and compiled, its great for many "serious" applications. That said, for the 50% of web applications where time to market, and not maintainability or performance is most important, Node.js is better. I fail to see how "real" programmers could have any problem coding in Node. Its dead fucking simple.
A scramble may lead to some rapid technological innovation. Sounds like a good thing.
That said, the moon is really really big and we struggle to put more then a few tons on it right now. Not too worried.
Good riddance? Yes, say goodbye to those of us who have incomes, pay taxes and largely cover the costs of you schools and roads.
By all means, lets secede. No more wealth transfer from NYC Metro to the rest of you leachers.
Funny, but fortunately not accurate.
Food production is now a big company thing, done by companies owned by those of us who live in NYC. A more accurate rephrasing of your statement is:
"If the people who actually have power and money suddenly didn't, and uneducated rednecks were in charge, things might be bad for people in NYC".
Also, you should be relieved to note that NJ, NY and New England have more then enough agriculture to feed ourselves. It really isn't a Urban vs. Rural argument either, as we love rural folk up here and vice versa. Its really about NYC & New England versus fly over country.
The U.S. spends 4.7% of GDP on the military. I don't think its gone over 5% since the 60s.
I live in NYC, and I'm not a rich white guy. That said, I adore Bloomberg and am sad to see him go.
Easily the greatest Mayor in the history of NYC.