Though I never said I could type
Though I never said I could type
I can code in multiple languages on multiple systems and have been doing it for a shit load of years
But suppose my choice of career was suddenly cut short for some reason (the singularity?) what would it take for me to learn a bunch of manual skills in order to become a productive member of society? And to learn them to the same skill level I have now?
Basically I would be fucked as I have spent all these years adapting to intellectual challenges that rely on understanding arcane facts about specific systems, and then shuffling that knowledge around to find oval solutions to problems. I chose this career path because I was not enamored with the idea of manual labor. Actually I take that back
The mythical coal miner to coder transition would suck for the same reasons that me being a coal miner would suck
So in general I agree with Bloomberg
I wonder where "Screw your fellow workers" comes into "proper research" thing.
Because they don't have a choice in what is dictated, as businesses are not run as a collective of feel good measures.
Either the proper research (and did you see that I had education in my original post?) shows a long term cost benefit, or it doesn't.
... with that attitude.
So proper research is bad? What bizarro world do you live in?
Can't answer your sleep issue
They are employees
Now developing a proper business case for your boos to show that you have considered all of the angles (installation, administration, education, usage and changeover issues) , and how that affects the bottom line is a totally different question.
Just be prepared to have to constantly get out of your vehicle to clean all those different lenses, or else camera tech is useless.
Why do you think that has to be manually done? Air blast of sensors to keep them clean is common in industry, and various high end cars already have things like head light washer/wipers.
Recently both rear view cameras and sideview camera systems have been criticised as a bad idea by some here on Slashdot.
This Land Rover invisible hood system seems beyond criticism. But I'm sure slashdot naysayers will find an angle anyway. Go for it...
I think the biggest legitimate criticism that came out of the rear/side camera replacement of mirrors was that you had to refocus your eyes from infinity to dashboard to infinity each time you glanced at the video display. In this case you will already be tracking your bonnet so that the required change in eye focus will be minimal.
I have been a developer for almost 20 years now and can spin this up with a SQL database in under an hour.
If you have have been a developer for 20 years then you should know that people will be skeptical of any question that lets them play and win Buzzword Bingo from a single sentence.
The Man From Planet X told me all I needed to know about a rogue planet floating around the solar system.
Based on your information no one can give you solid advice.
IMHO the question is deliberately designed to be vague. iPhones and Android devices, PHP and Ruby On Rails
But no matter how I squint my eyes I can't see Australia in that rock.
That's pretty much her problem, isn't it?
But, the State knows much better than the citizen I guess.
If you're going to run a business (which it sounds like she basically was) it behooves you to protect yourself - regardless if you are flying above or below the radar. Anything else is being foolish.
A friend of mine got a similar notice in Oakland last year. Shut down or be evicted. It's a shame. She provided a better place to stay than any reasonably priced hotel.
So how was her insurance coverage for the guests? Or to protect herself if someone sued her?
Better? Maybe. Riskier?