The director of Starship Troopers didn't read more than two chapters of the book, and had no intention of a faithful adaptation. With any luck, the people involved might actually read the book and manage to get past the premise that the Earth can't make enough food to feed itself and therefore the Moon must be farmed.
They only report the bugs they find, not the ones they create.
Unless it's recognized that all your personally owned sensors cannot be used against you in court you have to realize that the laws you violate routinely are now being recorded by your electronic minions for anyone with a faked warrant or excuse to peruse. In the morning after your drunken spy-gadget buying frenzy, enjoy the perp-walk of shame to your personal gitmo.
When I got my CS degree I had to learn FORTRAN, COBOL, Pascal, Ada, C, and three different varieties of assembler 6052, 80386, and VAX.
I need to buy some suspenders.
68% of statistics are caused by smoking.
Because on the Internet you get called out for pretending to know something you don't know. Well, unless you pretend to know something or someone trendy.
When it comes to writing about Ubuntu (and Canonical) bkerensa may be a new submitter to Slashdot, but is an established writer in the area.
VMS was hacked, but it is certainly rare. https://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-1989-04.html
The customer has just as much of a right to experiment and be wrong about things as the developers do, but they can be trusted to say what is most important to them at the time.
The theory is that if you are always delivering what is most valuable as fast as possible, you are getting a better result in the short run, and will probably be just as good as rigorous design up front in the long term.
Breaking the law on a regular basis with a decent chance of being caught and treated harshly by the system probably correlates with a low IQ too, doesn't it?
Not for "Google Apps For Your Domain", though, since we still can't have Google Profiles on that service. (Feature?)