If your tech idea is "Be the next [whatever]", it is not a good idea.
Using an IDE doesn’t make you a bad programmer, but being unable to program without it shows that you’re not a really good one.
If I must make a bad analogy, I’d say it’s like using a cookbook: using one doesn’t make you bad at cooking. But a good cook is able to cook without one.
Sorry can't be a hipster.. too damn old. I've been a Mac guy since errr.. like 20 years ago now.
So, you’ve been a hipster since before it was cool?
That's what happens you become a data scientist. They invent numbers out of thin air.
They won’t do that for long when there will be no air left.
If Matthew Broderick had played pentago, the computer would have concluded the first country launching a nuclear missile always wins the war.
Il came close
It’s not the definitive product, but you can try it if you want.
T2 is an action movie with a bit of sci-fi. Terminator is a sci-fi movie with action bits.
Having a low chance of contracting Parkinson doesn't mean you don't have a high chance of contracting one of the hundreds of debilitating or lethal diseases out there. You could also die before retirement from thousands of other causes.
Why are you still on
The worst thing is that the scientology mytho isn't even his best work.
He wrote some interesting science fiction, but the Xenu story isn't really SF. It's bad fantasy.
"building a site usually leads to customers screaming and the site failing under high traffic loads"
Are you fucking kidding me? Somebody develops a stillsuit and you think of Waterworld? This site isn't what it used to be.
Where are my mod points when I need them?
If you follow the "source" link to http://www.slashfilm.com/legendary-plans-first-quarter-2014-shoot-for-warcraft/ , it appears the movie (temporary) title would just be "Warcraft".
It seems the guys at mmopage don't know their video games. What a shame.
Steam doesn't work on mint debian. It requires glibc 2.15, and lmde only has glibc 2.13.
It's always possible to install a more recetn version, but it's easier to just use a more up-to-date distrib.
I don't know how Joomla has evolved since I last used it several years ago (just after the introduction of joomla 1.5), but its flaws were blockers for me.
It had almost no extensibility (new features had to be written almost like external applications, integrability with the core of the cms was minimal), no adaptability (you couldn't add a field to a content form without modifying half a dozen files, and there were no way to have different content types. Also you couldn't change the site structure: you had to hav all your content under a 2-levels hierarchy of sections and category), and no inter-operability between extensions (an extension like jacl, which brought almost-decent acl capabilities to joomla, was unable to work with community manager, a widely used extension that implemented the concept of use groups).
And it used an MVC object structure that looked like the software architect had no idea of the goal of an mvc structure, but had read in a blog that mvc is good.