I cannot find a source that states MRI test expose patients to radiation. What source are you using?
I did not see anything the article that proved the driver was not at fault. If the firmware was truly at fault, there should many, verifiable episodes of sudden acceleration. That the driver did not have the situational awareness and common sense to gain control of the vehicle (whether from operator error or software issues) suggests operator error was the probable cause.
You can tear ANY system apart and discover flaws; software is not perfect. A verdict like this simply means a low bar for plaintiffs to get an easy payday.
I looked at the lights you linked to. They have a 6K color temperature. That means a sinister, cold blueish light. I would like to replace a kitchen full of floodlights but I love the "warm" light I get from the incandescents. True, they do burn out more than I care for but they look great.
I've got some Philips LED lights with their "remote phosphor" tech in some standard lamps but I have not run across these in a floodlight form factor.
And they are already beginning to burn out. There are very many traffic lights in Louisville with as much as 20 - 30 % dead cells in the matrix the driver sees.It looks like a diminishing patchwork of little squares. I was quite surprised at their true lifespan. Perhaps that is still far superior to the old lights but I don't have any data. It is, however, easy to see how the LED lights are aging.
The best everyone can do is simply ignore anything she has to say; keep her out of any political discourse. I've had my fill of Hillary. The Nation dodged a bullet when it was becoming uncomfortably clear she might become president in 2008. Now I get to relive the horror a second time.
I am not sure the Nation can take so many, repeated leadership blows. We are on the ropes as it is.
The new look goes to great lengths to minimize the impact of user comments and discussion flow in favor of a toy-like layout. I personally want to immerse myself in nothing but discussion thread, utilizing more text and less art-school white space. Honestly, it's detracting.
This site gets enough traffic for reasons of information exchange and we do not need to be enticed to return with snazzy graphics or experiments in page flow. You have a good thing now
They are studying the wrong creatures. They should focus on Sandkings. They're infinitely more interesting.
You need that extra few percent.
That's why our compilers go to 11.
How does the disparity in performance among Hispanic kids factor into this study?
OBI WAN: That's no moon....
Now, I would like to see a disinterested, neutral 3rd-party investigate the rest of our three-letter-agencies.
I'd also like to see that same level of oversight on three branches of our Government.
While I do think seeking a degree is a worthwhile endeavor and personally rewarding (you are lucky to be working in this field without one, really), it is time for you to get out software development. You might try and become a business analyst or a project manager. Being in your early 40's is way past the shelf life of your typical coder because you cost too much and your are increasingly outside the culture of the younger guys.
It's awful. It's unfair. It's true.
There are statistical outliers working into their 50's but the odds are you will not be one of them.
Except we cannot make 1.7 oz burgers like those PHP studs are capable of crafting.
A tester needs to be prepared to take home less pay and expect high turnover in his/her dept (if he/she doesn't leave first).
We have a QA dept and they don't stick around more than a year, tops. By the time they really get into the product, they're either fed up with the pay, the hours, or they get switched to another product. QA catches few important bugs because we (a) treat them as second-class citizens and (b) we don't involve them at the beginning of the design cycle.
I've also seen some pretty brutish egos among fellow devs wear out QA staff. Do you want to subject yourself to that?
Switching power supplies have been around at least since the early 60's. Also for a long while 400Hz power was standard on all aircraft. The apple II in no way blazed any trail in power engineering. Now apple may have been the first to employ them in consumer-grade hardware for a small computer but let's not take any further than that.