Spying is done secretively; this is no secret and Microsoft makes no attempts to hide this.
It makes sense though. You expand as much as you can until you can no longer grow, then split up and repeat the process. This maximizes growth.
Stereotypes being bad works both ways. A positive stereotype is still bad; don't generalize women as being very bad or very good at technology.
This mode makes a huge difference for how easy it is to use GIMP. I have a theory that a lot of criticism stems from not knowing about this mode.
Deduction means that he still has to pay roughly 70% of the costs.
Is this some super special training only offered at Las Vegas? Have you looked into alternate ways to receive the training? Every training I have inquired about stated that while they do offer training at the conferences, they also offer other options to provide it.
As an added bonus, the 970 scales almost perfectly in SLI, almost double the FPS for two cards in SLI. This even beats the 980 in performance/cost.
The sad thing is that doing all that work exposed the programmer to a lot more risk, even if his productivity was incredibly high. Oh well, at least as zero productivity (0 lines of code) there is no risk for bugs in the code.
Unions are great but they do not fix managers who are abusive and can't properly run a project. Unions mainly make sure you are guaranteed certain hours including how overtime is handled and protect your job from being done by others not in your same position.
Honestly, I'm just getting sick of going to Slashdot comments and seeing the top posts all being jokes instead of insightful and interesting discussions. On this submission alone I see 3 of the top 5 posts are just jokes; white noise that I have to sift through to find actual information.
I disagree here. The biggest issues with phones is that you have to shut off the screen and put it back into your pocket every time you use it. A smartwatch that removes the need for all this could be a very convenient innovation; especially if the screen can dynamically expand to your needs. Obviously today's technology is still very basic for flexible (OLED) screens, but maybe in the future we will have something that works much better.
The phone is an intermediary; you really don't want to have to carry around this big square in your pocket and have to pull it out everytime you want to use it. The future will likely be something wearable, whether it be a smart watch that can do everything a phone does or perhaps smart glasses. Who knows.
But it represents an offset. An index of 0 represents no offset from the start, 1 is a single offset from the start, etc. It makes perfect sense. I'm not saying using 1 as the start doesn't make perfect sense either, it's just a different way of representing the data.
You're right. I'll just take a boat to visit my family in China. Or better yet, I'll pay $10,000 instead of $1,500 for that round trip ticket just so that I have enough leg room to feel some form of comfort on my 10 hour flight. Yeah, that sounds reasonable. The simple fact is that flying is no longer a convenience but for many is a necessity. Not all businesses are willing to pay for business class and not all people can afford the extra couple days to travel by car or train.
...why not both?