I think this is appropriate here:
What the hell are you talking about? You want to call me a misogynist, you don't know SHIT about me.
Managers are going to insulate project against risk that someone might leave FOR ANY REASON. I'm talking there are two types of workers: Ones who are driven to work for the company and ones who want to work 9-5 and go home for to their families. It's a life choice, MALE or FEMALE.
I'm saying where I work, in terms of women, both groups are pretty equally represented. We have driven women, who receive the support they need to be promoted up to the highest levels and it's not just one. It's a huge distribution. Then we have women who are more home oriented, and they are well represented in my area (tech) as well. Managers are not going to select their next star project member from the latter group, men or women.
so seriously get off your high horse, and listen to what people are actually saying, not your ridiculous narrative of oppression and patriarchy.
But you won't be put on Project X that delivers next quarter either. There are trade offs to life choices, and Women are definitely at a disadvantage in this area no matter what the stats and laws say.
Personally in my experience my tech job is well represented with women who make choices to take a laid back approach to work for this reason. Furthermore I report to 7 managers, 4 of which are women right on up to the highest level. I think there is room for both archetypes.
The Facebook page does not. Facebook is international.
Thanks for the tip man! If and when I will do it, I will give this a try. I'd like to avoid a clean install if I can.
This is what I thought. Since the SSL bug doesn't effect me, but it will happen sooner or later.
First of All your history is wrong. Second of all I live in a Quebec border town. Third of all, just because a business resides in Quebec and maintains a Quebec storefront, doesn't mean your Facebook is your Quebec storefront, or even service.
If I wanted a Brazillian storefront, I'd put up a similar page on Orkut.
The data and "storefront" resides on US soil.
Facebook is an American storefront, not a Quebec one. I did not read the article but this seems very wrong indeed.
I've been trying to upgrade to Mavericks for eons now. Nothing short of a full rebuild of snow leopard will solve my issue apparently. I've tried everything but the App Store always hangs. Why can't I just download it and install it?
When you have nothing to add: Ad Hominem is best Homonym.
I realize this now, thank you for setting me straight.
>literally be a bomb on wheels
No it is neither literally, nor figuratively a bomb on wheels. It will catch fire though, with plenty of warning and safety features, if punctured. As I understand if you were in the Tesla when it caught fire in the battery packs, you probably wouldn't burn to death.
This doesn't happen in my lab- hundreds of physical machines, easy answer why is: My lab is pristine from a power/cooling/cleanliness/process aspect. For me it's more like 1-2% over 5 years. only slightly above RMA rate. Most bad drives die early. My lab is a bad example of industry standard drive failure.
Most labs aren't pristine or are deficient in at least one way. Makes you wonder, what the average environment is like before applying the model.
I guess my point is, are model's accurate if they are too clean? too dirty? Is the earth uniformly clean/dirty?
Models are only really good at providing an average worst case. I'm not sure why people expect them to be so accurate. pre-existing conditions change, YMMV.
They're SORRY! OK?