So let me get this straight. 23andme provided you with DNA sequencing and even provided a nice set of data (along with links to the original studies), and you're...mad that they didn't spoon feed it to you and tell you exactly what to do with it?
You'll fit right in with the nanny state, congratulations. Fuck the FDA in this particular instance, their job is not to restrict me from information about myself.
.NET isn't dying, it's still by far the best enterprise and commodity business software development platform. Nothing else even comes close.
As the the MS Stack, being someone who knows something about computers I'd say that means
By the time they tried Windows RT you could get ultra-portables with real processors (x86) for nearly the same price as dumbed down ARM processors.
Pedant fail. We humans have a vernacular, and part of that includes "Reverse Discrimination" meaning discrimination that goes the opposite direction of the usual perceived or real discrimination predominant in society.
So don't be an asshole, you didn't score any points.
Kind of pointless to post this here, you'll mostly just get bad jokes from ca. 2002.
Oh, does it have clippy?! (desperate gaze around room to see who's lauging)
Pfft, they'll probably embrace and extinguish it lolzerlolzers haha lolzers!
Oh, where's monkey boy to announce it! Terr heerrrrp!
Really? Have you seen Azure? I don't mean "scoffed and dismissed it without knowing shit about it" like many would do.
It works very well and provides a _shitload_ of features, both PaaS and IaaS.
Yeah, but that's mostly a bunch of lies Europeans and self-loathing Americans tell each other. Our health care system only looks bad in terms of cost, the infant mortality numbers are outright fabrications and longevity is heavily cultural (we're fat).
Cost and availability you can certainly ding us for, but as an upper middle class American the health care available to be is as good or better than pretty much any European outside of the super wealthy.
Rubbish. Complete rubbish. Good luck with the army of $200k/yr math/CS geniuses you'd need to go over every line of code. And you can get the source to Windows and do the same.
Unless you are a large corporation or a government you do not have the resources to do much but install it from some repository "somewhere" and hope nobody hacks you. And even 99% of governments or large corporations don't sit there and go over even a moderate percent of the code to confirm it's secure. Sure you can harden it considerably but ultimately there could be 50 obscure holes, intentional or not.