... you can always fork your own kernel.
Let me get this straight: if someone wants to be Napoleon - let them and buy them bicorne as part of the treatment?
Like California government and gun owners. The nut jobs who are in charge is the only difference: left or right.
... they should not be allowed to work in IT.
"worthy" is better judged in restrospect.
We have Taco Bell. It will spread faster than flu.
Except targeting radar of the missile launcher has no such capability. It locks on target and then fires automatically or waits for command.
Next, NoSQL databases will add schema and ACID support and the circle will be complete.
It does not matter. It shows the state of mind. In any case, this is all moot because he is obviously not suing the company.
By this logic, if the company hires black CEO and customer leave because of that, CEO should step down? Is this how it works?
The employer is Mozilla. CEO reports to the board. They could have told everyone who called for his resignation, including external parties, to fk-off but they chose to pay him to step down. He probably got a good payoff out of this and will not press charges so it is moot point.
This is all hypothetical. He can make the case for wrongful termination but he probably got good severance package for stepping down on his own so he will not sue. There is no case without the injured party.
The chairman of the board went on the record saying "It's clear that Brendan cannot lead Mozilla in this setting". She basically said that he was not fit for the job because of his political views. That's ought to be enough to support "constructive discharge"
He was "constructively dismissed". He was unable to perform his job because of hostile work environment.
Quitting under peer pressure equates to "constructive dismissal": "Constructive dismissal occurs when an employee is forced to quit because the employer has made working conditions unbearable".