Instead of catering to their bad behavior use negative reinforcement to teach them better behavior. "If you delete the file and can't recover it then YOU will type the document back in, in addition to your regular tasks"
What happened to the demo video?
I have business class cable service and get preemptively blocked by an "anti spam" organization because it's IP address is on a cable block. There are better ways to prevent spam but it's profitable for ISP's so they don't care. Unless we start a class action lawsuit I doubt there's much that can be done about it.
+ for a lot less busy - for low contrast small text. The zoom function does work well though Overall I like it better. Thanks
Agreed, Life isn't fair. If the senior programmer can't get a better salary it might be a wakeup call for him to learn more marketable skills.
Kudos! Well thought out and written response.
Storys were weak and badly thought out, Little action, and characters I could not care about. The writers/producers/directors need a wake up call. This is it
Just add more code! That always makes it better. Closely followed by "It's unreliable/broken" "We've got to rewrite that old xxxx in m$'s new blah-ty-blah framework!".
Many fiction writers have told me the same story about their own profession. Somehow people think the hard work of making an idea real is the easy part.
I can second this recommendation. If you're not going windows only look at Qt.
So it charges everyone who walks by and sends the money to me instead of the store?
Journalism 1: Write a story titled "Is xxx dead?"
Insert popular item of choice in place of 'xxx'.
Generates controversy and people keep falling for it.
NHibernate's implementation might be fine for Java but sucks for Desktop applications. Instead of paying the cost of parsing the object mapping files once (when the web server is started) you pay for it every time you start your application. It also guarantees that your efficiency is awful because of the way it's designed. Do yourself a favor and use something else.
Seems like the same old blather. I don't see anything in the authors credentials that lend any credibility to what he's proposing.
Amen! The article is just journalism 101 games to whip up controversy.