What about non-alcoholic beer?
Apparently you have not heard of Auto-Tune.
How can you be sure she wasn't just a terrible teacher? You didn't even get a second opinion.
You have to refine your definition though maybe it's too broad.
The 10,000 hours means you will be good at things you have 10,000 hours of experience with. That guy had 0 hours of experience with nulls in DB2, thus I would not expect him to be an expert at using nulls in DB2.
But I bet he is an expert at using integers in DB2 because he has spent 10,000 hours using integers in DB2.
To me this is akin to someone becoming as expert at playing the piano and not knowing about the foot pedals. You can certainly become a master at playing the keys on the piano without ever becoming a master at using the foot pedal.
Though the lower-end model is only $300 for a 6-core 12-thread!
Speed brings a lot more to personal computing than gaming.
It makes my photoshop/c4d/after effects render faster. It makes my audio and video encode faster. And it makes my code compile faster.
Don't worry. Retina MacBook Air is coming.
Going to https://supportprofile.apple.c... and unregistering your iOS device fixes this like it's designed to.
How is Apple supposed to know if you are no longer using iMessage if you simply remove your SIM and sell your iOS device without unregistering iMessage otherwise?
Except for the part where it degrades slightly every time you play it.
I actually like the contracts and the benefits they provide as they are certainly cheaper for me and the way I use my phone.
Currently I do this:
Every year I pay $200 for the new iPhone.
Then I pay $50/mo for my service which includes minutes and unlimited data.
Then at the end of the year I sell the 1 year old iPhone that I kept in great condition for $300.
So at the end of the year my total cost was $500 (200 + 600 - 300).
If I were to go with no contract a new iPhone would cost me $650 for the same phone. At the end of the year I would still get the same $300 back when I sold it. So I would have paid $350 already. This means my monthly cost for service needs to cost $12.5/mo to make my total cost paid for the year be the same $500 I am paying now with a contract.
The contract discount is worth $450 a year in my case so the monthly cost for the service needs to be $450 less per year in order for the contract and off contract to be the same cost for me.
I linked it before.
They have a dynamic IP updater that you can use and so you can just set your nameservers on your godaddy domain to afraid's nameservers and then you will have dynamic IP on your godaddy or anyone else's domain.
Oh OK. If you need more than 1, then that's a fine deal. Personally I use subdomains (which are basically unlimited) for that kind of task with my domain, but that isn't what everyone wants I guess.
Well my first years was $5 (promo code) and the next 2 years have been $10 each so hardly much more expensive in my experience. So it's been $25 for 3 years so far through domain.com for nicko88.com for me.
Why spend $25 when you can get an even better and likely shorter domain form something like godaddy or domain.com for about $8 a year for a
You can use http://freedns.afraid.org/ to make your
ZoL is very active and very up-to-date. All the versions and compatibility is in sync with Illumos (the main source of OpenZFS) and FreeBSD. You can create and move zpools between these 3 platforms seamlessly.
2 of the main founders and creators of ZFS itself (who used to work for Oracle and wrote ZFS) who now work for Delphix and continue to improve OpenZFS (started with the last open release of Oracle ZFS) in Illumos and have actually made it better than the now closed Oracle ZFS.
See how OpenZFS is actually better than Oracle ZFS now:
Actively adding new features: https://github.com/zfsonlinux/... (Largeblock support to match the newer Oracle ZFS)
Maybe if we pray to the ZFS gods Matthew will start implementing block pointer rewrite some day!
Anyways, OpenZFS is very active and kicking, and that includes the Linux port.