I would tend to agree with this. If you intend to develop cross-platform, do yourself a favor and design your applications from the ground up with cross-platform in mind. Anything else and you're going to spend a lot of time rewriting code. That's just the reality of the situation.
Are you serious? Objective C is crap. It may have been hot stuff 25 years ago, but it's older than Java, and that shows. Swift is the future for Mac OSX/iOS development. Don't waste your time learning what was state of the art in 1988 (ie Objective C).
The problem is faceless Wall Street, which will sue if they don't feel the CEO is doing their duty to artificially buoy the stock price in the short term. It most certainly is Wall Street that created this culture of "what have you done for me lately?" that guides the decisions of management. It is Wall Street's fault that executive management expects to be paid a hefty amount of stock instead of simple monetary compensation so that the higher ups making the decisions are all rewarded by taking the short position.
But then stopping any of the stripes will stop the entire revelation.
Amazing. Even when confronted with wording from their own 10K filing, the reality distortion field wins the day.
Yeah, that first iPhone really sucked.
iOS, like Android, only encrypts all data if a user opts to put a pin in. iOS8 might be different, but all prior version of iOS only encrypted when a pin was entered.
Find an amateur Astronomy club in your area. Go to their events. Meet people. Learn things. Look at shit.
There are a lot of amateurs that hunt comets and asteroids.
That's what the sensationalists would have you believe.
Eastern time zone, Doctor Who.
There are plenty of people in the world who will maintain your vehicle for a reasonable price. Same with your computers.
Works on my Note 3.
There was a story a few months back about a suburb of LA instituting a 100% camera policy and finding that the number of police brutality complaints dropping precipitously. The reasons for the drop were not as cut and dried as people will have you believe. A lot of complaints were dropped after the complainant was confronted with video and audio of the incident after the fact. Also, the officers were able to calm many situations down by simply stating that the entire incident was on camera and could be used as evidence in court.
Animals have had whole organs growing in them for years!