... how do i check if i'm on google+ and if i am (i never was intentionally but who knows what i clicked wrong) how can i remove myself from this abomination?
... should have a chat with Barbara Streisand
... if you want to do business with the likes of MS and Oracle.
If you're small, it's safer to just stay away.
It's slower in languages with automatic memory management, or with a VM, which is no surprise.
It would be much faster than disk if you wrote the time critical parts in a language designed for, you know, speed...
I have one, but I don't *trust* Yahoo with it. The moment i won't be able to log in without my phone is when I give up on their services...
"When Google was a young company, she worked 130 hours per week and often slept at her desk." Ref: http://www.entrepreneur.com/ar...
I don't think Yahoo is a place I'd like to work at. And come to think of it, she was promoted pretty high in the food chain at Google, which says something about working at Google too?
Does a search engine that doesn't try to guess what i'd like to see and gives me generic results not tailor made for me exist any more?
I didn't read the article, of course, but the summary sounds like they're doing face *detection* not recognition.
Detection: find which portions of an image are faces.
Recognition: compare to a database of faces and find out whose face it is.
First is way easier than the other.
They've automated the work of the drones that spam my linkedin profile after matching keywords and NOT reading anything in the free form text?
... moving your browsing elsewhere if your favourite sites require NoScript to be readable?
This is free, platform independent advice.
I don't know shit about Fortran. I do Android, iOS and (embedded) Linux.
It's the cost of doing business in the US - you have to expect being sued.
Okay, it's MIT licensed, and there's a patent promise - which i personally don't trust, but you're welcome to.
However, what the hell is a "CoreCLR" and how does it help?
I gave up on
This is just the bytecode execution runtime, right? As in: no GUI libraries, for one - which makes it useless for porting Windows applications to other operating systems since, well, there aren't many command line Windows applications.
Actually don't bother answering. Honestly, it's been a long while since I cared what Microsoft does. You can make a very decent living as a developer while totally ignoring them.
Oh, that promise is legally binding? I don't think so. And CEOs change.
I can't look, i am not a lawyer and I don't know what legal liability that would expose me to
And yes, the summary sucks. The actual license should have been in the summary.