Required should be no more than a handful of things unless you are willing to pay a kings ransom' Beneficial/Favorable can be a mile long. Also in tech the education requirement needs to ALWAYS have 'Or Equivalent' experience. Otherwise you will interview the the Doctorate who hasn't touched a computer in 10 years and ignoring the self taught whiz right out of the box. A handful of employers have skipped over me because I lack a degree as if a degree in technologies from 25 years ago would be beneficial in some way?
Then Verizons idea of free speech is censorship, throttling, and restricting other's speech.
The skills are so different they don't benefit from each other. Front End Devs need UI and ascetics as well as general programming skills. Back end Devs need business logic, database, and general programming skills. Knowledge of the elemental composition of plastics, or knowledge of resistor band codes won't come in handy in either.
I think bitcoins are a great experiment in 'anarchy'. It goes to show that even a crappy government beats none at all.
They have some great tools, the "Frozen" code example had my wife enthralled, and she does not care much for tech stuff.
I think the key question is what happens after the first year? How much does it cost after year 1? If you don't pay will it brick your PC or just stop providing updates?
I like VB.net but I'm not so sure it's basic enough for beginners. But the transition from VB to C# is extremely easy I agree there.
You would think they would be more diligent with their own security issues.
Time for the competitors to undercut them.
Because I would think a single "Your computer has a virus" ad would serve as a slam dunk for the defense.
No way anyone can win the argument that Google has a monopoly of any sort. Having a monster market share is only because they rose above their many many many competitors.
Its never secure, however buying directly from a supplier who has a good reputation to protect is is safer than buying from a distributor in the US. Simply because if you purchase direct and discover something they would be easily exposed,and that would kill their business. The more hands it gets passed through the more opportunities for someone to sneak something in.
Right now it is very easy to dispute with my credit card. CurrentC needs to offer the same protections. If they do, count me in.
Most of us have moved onto Androids and iPhones, but the few people still using Blackberries are doing so because they offer security the other 2 don't. Part of that security is that it is sold by a Canadian company and Canada has had a pretty good reputation for respecting privacy and security. China has an extremely well deserved reputation of being espionage happy, this wouldn't go over well with those customers.
There is clearly something more to this story than what was being said. I think most employers would say "Yea, Comcast service is famously terrible, what's your point". I suspect he did bring up his employer, and included some threats. Why the heck else would Comcast even bother.