This is fundamentally wrong: the're not only trying to abstract all technologies and flows involved in web page development. Most of these languages and frameworks want to provide the old desktop program flow. And the way web applications works is a way different than that. A good web programmer need to know all the flow and involved technologies.
Director's Edition will be the compilation REMOVING all the boring parts, presenting a 3.5 hours movie.
... but robotic little green men or spiny insectoids
Buy a tablet... and fix it in the wall.
Google Groups is a good indicator about distros popularity too.
Yeap, I've already done some packages, and it's pretty plan: a compressed file with a file for description/depencencies and paths to install. I got more trouble when tried to create an installer for Windows, because I have to rely on install creators.
Keep PC Settings as default one, and add on it an "Advanced" entry, which will raise Control Panel.
Can I run a "ls" on it?
Some already test it?
Try Crackle, and then Netflix will appear awesome!
And the discussion is to add the package to 14.04, so soon, it'll come as an automatic update.
I started with Ruby about 1 year ago. And until now, work with strings and the symbols is not natural yet to me. I mean, most of the languages I handled until now have only strings.
Yeap, you didn't realize this story is related to mobile, not desktop.
Oh, come on... several IE bugs allow remote access on the machine. I'm not saying that Heartbleed is not that bad, just saying your comparison is bad.