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I got through 10 seconds, then page the refreshed and it was blocked from my region (US) on copyright grounds.
Really, what's the point of that?
when we all found out who was taking over the FCC, I was terrified. Former cable lobbyist, now in charge of the group intended to regulate the same people. But it really looks like wheeler may be the right man for the job
Don't tell me you think he voted his conscience. He can be bought, and one side bought him off harder than the other.
Why do these so-called 'editors' keep posting shit articles?
I see InfoWorld is also the same site that gave us the useless "Java vs. Node.js: An epic battle for developer mind share" article.
It's a constant irritation, reading articles written by so-called science and tech journalists that don't know what they're talking about.
Could someone please explain to me - omitting the-world-is-going-to-hell screed - why we tend to prosecute small crimes so much more aggressively than the large ones?
Every customer I've ever had made it crystal clear what the PII requirements were, and they were no joke.
I guess it's different if you're not in software?
Summary: Eat a whole-foods, plant-based diet, and get no more than 10% (better, 5%) of your calories from animal protein.
As a simple example, imagine a photon traveling through an expanding universe in a region with no other matter or energy (dark or otherwise). The expansion of space stretches the wavelength of the photon (cosmological redshift, which is distinct from Doppler redshift), causing it to lose energy. The photon loses energy with nothing around it gaining. Energy is lost because spacetime itself is changing, so Noether's theorem doesn't apply.
I wonder if we could add a scale-invariant component, and make the lost energy just a property of measuring it in a non-inflating reference frame.
Or, I should say, I wonder what contradictions that would lead to.
If you took the time to read the post, you would see that I didn't say I use VB.
Java itself isn't much different from C# so it's not the syntax that's the problem. Its developer community has the worst case cargo-cult engineering and misuse of GoF design patterns I have ever seen.
Overengineering is unnecessary complexity, and that is IMO is the worst sin you can commit in design. Cleaning up that special class of wreckage is much worse than rewriting simple newbie ineptitude. And at least the newbies can be corrected. The others can take months to come around, and it's always kicking and screaming.