The minimum wage in Melbourne Australia has been in the $15 range for many years, and where it 'hurts' is in the costs of the service sector. It's really tough to set the value of a Big Mac at like $5.50, and as a result I eat out much less than when I was in California. But, there is a large sector who will pay what it takes to indulge their behavioral addictions, and the service sector is nonetheless very robust. So yes there's a transfer of wealth into the lower income levels which results in them earning a living wage (minimum wage is tied to a percentage of the cost of living) and I find that far more tolerable than six people crammed into a 2-bedroom flat.
Devops is all the rage these days but I think I'd rethink that if it means going up on a live jet test.
EVE Online minimizes grinding. Irrespective of one's inclinations, it's not hard to hook up with like-minded players to contribute to some shared purpose. Highly skilled mining groups will take on a hauler to skill up and take a cut to become a highly skilled miner. Competent pvp groups will take on a relatively young player with limited assets and share access to resources. The social aspect is quite profound, actually.
Momma said there's only so much fortune a man really needs and the rest is just for showing off.
Amen. If you love music and hate how artists make out, Before I Get Old (The Who by Marsh) is essential reading.
Any science article that insists on shouting at me... sucks. I HATE HATE HATE this writer.
They thought about projecting sound 10hz lower, but there was a chicken farm nearby.
Agile doesn't solve your problems mate, it just exposes them sooner. If everyone is working on the same thing today as yesterday, there's your problem right there in front of you.
Not socks. They're in the hozone.
By that measure, how credible are you exactly?
I haven't been in a server room in an embarrassingly long time, but I understood enterprise drives to mean hot pluggable with online redundancy. For a not large business, knowing a drive failure would result in no downtime and never having to roll back to tape was worth virtually any premium. In this scenario, tape only came into play when wanting to retrieve deleted data.
The hardest part in bomb making is not blowing yourself up in the process. Chemical reactions do not always scale well, especially ones that deal with explosive compounds.
When they start using cold drops to coordinate, that's when to start worrying. With surveillance as it is, they've got nothing better than a rogue or two using IEDs and assault rifles.
That guy in a wheelchair is specifically who I was referencing above. I was involved in ADA in California when it rolled out, working within a consultancy that advised businesses specifically in how to handle this tactic. The fun part is the consultant attorneys were formally qualified to argue to the California Supreme Court, whereas this guy's attorney couldn't get beyond municipal. Good times.
That would be like suing a book store for not having audiobooks and braille for all of their titles. Sometimes that little prick in a wheel chair causing trouble at the end of the day is just a little prick.