I disagree, on the grounds that math ought to be studied for itself. If you try to do everything in math through CS then you'll get a poor grasp of what math is really all about.
They're not anywhere near college level. I've tutored the calculus variants and they do not cover anywhere near the full material for calc 1 let alone 2. At best it's a crappy outline of things to come in college. I would not want someone passing over calculus in college because of those classes.
The weirdest has to be last year. I was suffering from a severe (10/10 pain level) migraine. It took two lortabs to ameliorate the pain. I was still in bed, which happened to be a futon, around 3 am. I just pulled out my laptop and coded some. Believe it or not, but through all the pain and everything my brain just really wanted to program and thinking about the problem helped get me through the misery.
I think the most likely update candidates are the Mac Mini and their display line. I'm guessing they'll finally pull their non-retina macbook pros as well.
I'm really hoping for a beastly mac mini. Something fitting as the smaller sibling to the Mac Pro.
Developers would need to target it...and as a developer I'm not likely to target it since it's only one android device.
Apps meant for 10" screens will probably function well enough on it, though. So it'll be useful if you've already migrated your workflow to a 10" tablet but want more screen/keyboard estate (I'm throwing out entertainment value since it's a laptop form factor)
call us when your dell is 6 years old
There have always been security bugs, but it seems like it's only in the last couple when it's actually cost enough people enough money for people to invest in it.
whoa, so why are they doing it? That sounds like a way to make taxes spread out and increase.
because, let's be real, I'm not getting a wife.
got suggestions on apps? as a developer and uncle to two little girls I'm pretty interested in this avenue
No, please retire so I can have a job, thanks, bye.
You keep saying that, but it is 100% valid to write C within Objective-C. The trouble is you'll wind up working with objective-c at the UI level. i.e. You'd be interacting with the user in Objective-C and doing model/class stuff in C/C++/Obj-C - whatever you choose.
Have you considered Objective-C for mobile development...
It's definitely costly to business, and that's one added expense no one (government nor business nor employees) really benefits from having.
Am I the only one thinking an entire plant should be more redundant and resilient than the failure of a single valve?