You could argue this is true in just about any profession. I don't see how it's more significant in the world of programming.
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Understandable, given that she can see Russia from her house.
I don't see the issue here. It's not like the students don't know who the smart and dumb kids are. Also, I think this could be a benefit if every teacher did it. If you have a class where everyone's struggling, it's a clue that you might need to adjust the material or address the teacher's skills.
So it's rush to judgement time? You don't like that when it's done to you I'm guessing. It's must nice that justice can be turned off and on like a lightswitch in your head.
It's all about publicity. This way she can make it seem like everyone's rights are being oppressed by the evil empire.
You do realize you have to be running dev channel (chromium) to see anything different, right? That aside, I don't see what you did having anything to do with what they did. You're not testing what they are fixing.
This merger has zero impact on your choices. Their territories don't overlap.
If you could do that, you would be the one with the Nobel Laureate.
I almost always ask people what polymorphism is in technical interviews for OO developers and you'd be shocked how few get it right.
The real problem is that it's extremely easy to lose bitcoins. The average person just can't accept that. Consequently, it will never be more than a speculation investment and libertarian currency. For anyone else, you pretty much have to be an idiot to bother with it.
Maybe 1% of the population of non-programmers would even understand a bubble or insertion sort.
"cost billions and was a debacle"
So it was like every other Accenture project?
People being mostly followers is part of basic human nature. There's no point in getting your panties in a bunch over it because it will never change (at least in our lifetimes).
Yeah, so people who are not even remotely security experts should go to jail but the people who intentionally perpetrated a crime really aren't that bad? Nice logic you have there. If you're going to go after executives, why don't you go after the ones that have dragged their feet on chipping our credit cards? That would have prevented this hack.