I didn't mean run java or C++ in the fucking browser you knobend. I meant to code standalone apps!
If you want fast 2D or 3D graphics you DON'T code them in an interpreted script language welded onto a markup language pushed well beyond its sell by date running in a bloated client which in turns runs on the OS. If web devs want to climb out of the web playpen and do grown up programming then learn a grown up language such as Java or C++.
Wow, lots of capital letters. That really adds weight to your riposte.
Calm down or you'll break your trailer springs!
Stick her in front of a mike then tell her no more drugs and press record. That would have got you pretty close to that frequency range.
Its what you can do with them thats interesting and thats only going to get more fascinating as the years go by.
A computer without a program is just a plastic brick.
Well I've never heard of him or his novel either. Nor do I give a damn about Disney one way or the other. Its a company run to make money from kids. Who cares?
"In short, you are not being insightful in any way. You are... stereotyping. Stereotyping is the basis of incompetent and ultimately destructive discrimination."
Call it what you like pal - its my own personal experience from 20+ years in the IT industry. If you have an issue with it then thats your problem, not mine.
... I've encountered a tiny bit of what seemed like discrimination but then its hard to tell. Perhaps I just was just being a bit precious about it.
But what I do know is its horses for courses - younger people are (generally) better at thinking up new ideas/paradigms and novel ways to do things , older people are (generally) better at the detailed implementation of a system as they'll have encountered a lot if not most of the problems before and have X number of years experience
Are you smoking something? You appear to be confused about what hardware is and what creating it actually entails from design through to manufacture. Its a *teensy* bit harder and more expensive than writing a VM.
Its not a case of thanking them , its merely a case of acknowledging the fact that its not entirely of their own making. But instead they pretend they wrote the entire thing. Point taken about GNU.
You've done the same as google did with Android - take Linux, write a few hardware specific drivers and shove a roll-your-own graphics interface on top. Its a pity you and Google don't give credit where its due frankly but oddly enough the word linux never seems to mentioned in any of your or their presentations. As if the effort of the thousands of people who helped develop linux counts for sweet FA in your marketing.
"A 54 mile range per charge is not sufficient for anything but a typical daily Home - Office - Grocery Store - Home - Recharge cycle and the price will kill consumer interest."
Err, ITYF a lot of people don't much like the image of scooters and buy a bike anyway just to commute. For those sorts of people this is ideal. You have a point about the price though.
" No one is going to buy this EV motorcycle for weekend back road twisties or poker runs. Or Track Day. Or pretty much anything else people use motorcycles for."
No one buys current harleys for any of the above either - they're for going in a straight line and posing. End.
Seems you can't buy any form of digibox these days without some serious firmware bugs whether its just picture freezing , "buffering" remote control key presses until it can be bothered to process them, missed recordings for no apparent reason or just complete crashes requiring a hard reboot. Or if like me you were dumb enough to buy a Sagemcom box - then all of the above.
Nobody watches F1 anymore anyway. Its just an out of touch travelling fashion show with cars these days with utterly boring racing and overpaid drivers who've all had a personality bypass. Eventually it'll disappear up its own exhaust pipe with barely a squeak of tyres and nobody will even notice.